bobo - Publish Python objects on web servers (command line version)
bobo [options] module_path [path_info]
This manual page documents briefly the bobo command. This manual page
was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original
program does not have a manual page.
The command-line interface to Bobo provides a handy way to test, debug,
and profile Bobo without a web server.
Supply HTTP authorization information
Supply environment variables. Use a seperate -e option for each
Run under profiler control, generating the profiler data file,
-t Compute the time required to complete a request, in milliseconds.
-r n Specify a repeat count for timing or profiling.
-d Run in debug mode. With this option, bobo will run under Python
debugger control. Two useful breakpoints are set. The first is
at the beginning of the module publishing code. Steping through
this code shows how bobo finds objects and obtains certain metadata.
The second breakpoint is at the point just before the
published object is called. To jump to the second breakpoint,
you must enter 's' followed by a carriage return to step into
the module, then enter a 'c' followed by a carriage return to
jump to the first breakpoint and then another 'c' followed by a
carriage return to jump to the point where the object is called.
Finally, enter 's' followed a carriage return.
-s Don't generate any output
See /usr/doc/python-bobo/Bobo.html for more information.
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