All of the ``show'' commands report some sort of status and all have a corresponding ``set'' command to change the value. See 1.2.3 for the ``set'' counterparts.
Show the argument list that was given the program being debugged or it is restarted
Show short or long filenames
Show whither we should step/stop at ``def'' (method creation) commands.
Show the debugger commands before running
Show the history of commands you typed. You can supply a command number to start with, or a `+' to start after the previous command number shown. A negative number starts from the end.
This command is available only if a readline module is available and supports the history saving.
Show whether the debugging the debugger is set. See also 1.2.3
Generic command for showing command history parameters. The command history filename, saving of history on exit and size of history file are shown.
Show the line tracing status.
Show the delay after tracing each line.
Show the number of source lines
pydb will list by default.
Show summary information of logging variables which can be set via
Show the current logging file.
Show whether logging overwrites or appends to the log file.
Show the current debugger prompt.
Show whether the debugger checks for reassignment of signal handlers. See also 1.2.3 and 1.2.13.
Show the Warning options that are in effect when a program is started
or restarted. On the command-line these are the
Show number of characters the debugger thinks are in a line.
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