piscope is a logic analyser (digital waveform viewer) for the RasPi. It shows the state (high or low) of selected GPIO pins in real-time. Uses the services of the pigpio library. pigpio needs to be running on the Pi whose GPIO are to be monitored. The pigpio library may be started as a daemon.
Install pigpiod on the RasPi:
sudo apt-get install pigpiod pigpio-tools
Install PyScop on your workstation:
yay -S pyscope
Run pyscope on your workstation
A free web tool which checks your domain's servers for common DNS and mail errors and generates a report with explanations how to fix them.
Has an RSS feed.
A utility to automate the installation, maintenance, and debugging of Asterisk/DAHDI, while integrating additional patches to provide the richest telephony experience. Useful for: Automating installation and maintenance of Asterisk, Asterisk Test Suite, Asterisk Test Framework, DAHDI Linux, DAHDI Tools, and related resources; validating Asterisk configuration; finding common syntax errors in dialplan code; finding missing audio files referenced by the Playback, BackGround, and Read applications; suggesting optimizations that can be made to dialplan code to make it more readable and efficient; generating Asterisk user documentation; debugging Asterisk configuration; generating core dumps, automating PhreakNet boilerplate dialplan installation.
Primarily supported on Debian-based Linux systems. Support has also been added for FreeBSD. Pull requests to add support for other Linux distros or BSD are welcome.
A simple terminal UI for docker and docker-compose. Written in Go, has a full text-based UI for monitoring and exploring your containers. Tries to make it easier to work with Docker and docker-compose. Keeps everything in a single terminal window with shortcuts for common Docker commands. You can add custom commands, too. Seems to also support mousing around.
PySnooper lets you do the same, except instead of carefully crafting the right print lines, you just add one decorator line to the function you're interested in. You'll get a play-by-play log of your function, including which lines ran and when, and exactly when local variables were changed.
Pyre is a fast, scalable type checker for large python codebases, designed to help improve code quality and development speed by flagging type errors interactively in your terminal or favorite editor. We follow the typing standards introduced in PEP484 and PEP526.
A utility for Linux that attaches to a running process and searches the memory field for strings supplied by the user. Once found, you can then change the string to a different value. This works much like the pokefinder utilities on the 8-bit computers.
How to debug removable devices under Linux with the Gnome desktop.
A disassembler for Windows. One of the best in the field, and v2.0 just went beta. It's shareware, though it doesn't appear to lack any functionality if you haven't purchased it yet.
A toolset for taking apart Android .apk files so that the binaries can be reverse engineered or modified.
A useful blog post about using IPtables' 'raw' table and TRACE target to debug IPtables rules by tracing activity. The TRACE target is used to log every packet that hits netfilter and what happens to it. The post tells you what to enable in the kernel to provide this functionality.
Enter a regular expression and some test data, and you can interactively debug and develop regular expressions in realtime for just about any programming language.
XML XPath development formatting correctness validation debugging extraction testing
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