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pyramid_debugtoolbar provides a debug toolbar useful while you're developing your Pyramid application.

Note that pyramid_debugtoolbar is a blatant rip-off of Michael van Tellingen's flask-debugtoolbar (which itself was derived from Rob Hudson's django-debugtoolbar). It also includes a lightly sanded down version of the Werkzeug debugger code by Armin Ronacher and team.


The documentation of the current stable release of pyramid_debugtoolbar is available at


For a demonstration:

  • Clone the pyramid_debugtoolbar trunk.

    $ git clone
  • Create a virtual environment in the workspace.

    $ cd pyramid_debugtoolbar
    $ python3 -m venv env
  • Install the pyramid_debugtoolbar trunk into the virtualenv.

    $ env/bin/pip install -e .
  • Install the pyramid_debugtoolbar/demo package into the virtualenv.

    $ env/bin/pip install -e demo
  • Run the pyramid_debugtoolbar package's demo/ file using the virtual environment's Python.

    $ env/bin/python demo/

Visit http://localhost:8080 in a web browser to see a page full of test options.


If you have tox installed, run all tests with:

$ tox

To run only a specific Python environment:

$ tox -e py35

If you don't have tox installed, you can install the testing requirements, then run the tests.

$ python3 -m venv env
$ env/bin/pip install -e ".[testing]"
$ env/bin/nosetests

Building documentation

If you have tox installed, build the docs with:

$ tox -e docs

If you don't have tox installed, you can install the requirements to build the docs, then build them.

$ env/bin/pip install -e ".[docs]"
$ cd docs
$ make clean html SPHINXBUILD=../env/bin/sphinx-build