Each Project contains the source code you wish to debug.
Rookout allows you to easily load sources from your local file system or your git provider. This is preformed directly in our Web based IDE.
If you are deploying your software in some non-trival ways, Rookout offers the option of customizing the way breakpoints are set directly from your source repository.
Simply create a file named
.rookout at the root of your repository and add to it any of the configurations below.
Feel free to add comments to the file in the form of lines starting with '#'.
By default, Rookout ignores your projet's dependencies (
node_modules for Node,
site-packages for Python, inapplicable for JVM).
This includes the
node_modules directory for NodeJS applications and the
site-packages directory for Python applications.
If you are debugging a project installed as a package, add the following snippet to your
Note: Rookout does not map common NPM packages and does not allow setting breakpoints inside them.
Source Path Matching
By default Rookout uses the repository relative path of the source file you are debugging to find it.
You may have to change it in a couple of cases:
- You are removing a part of the path when deploying your code.
- The path is too short or generic, and you want to make it more specific to avoid path collisions.
This is done through simple path substition instructions:
Shortening a Path
Replacing a Path
Lengthening a Path
Manipulating a Path with Spaces
my app/app.py to
"my app" /