Quick and dirty debugging output for tired programmers. ⛺

q Quick and dirty debugging output for tired programmers. For a short demo, watch the Lightning Talk from PyCon 2013. Install q with pip install -U q. All output goes to /tmp/q (or on Windows, to $HOME/tmp/q). You can watch

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