This gem adds a
pry command to the debugger gem enabling you to bring up
a pry console during your session. It is similar to debugger's built-in
To see it in action, run
ruby examples/foo.rb and type "pry" at the debug prompt.
To use it in a project, add this to your Gemfile:
gem "debugger-pry", :require => "debugger/pry"
For more information on pry, read this article.
(rdb:1) help ruby-debug help v1.1.3 Type 'help <command-name>' for help on a specific command Available commands: backtrace delete enable help list pry restart source undisplay break disable eval info method ps save step up catch display exit irb next putl set thread var condition down finish jump p quit show tmate where continue edit frame kill pp reload skip trace (rdb:1) pry Frame number: 0/11 From: foo.rb @ line 14 : 9: end 10: end 11: 12: foo = Foo.new(5) 13: debugger => 14: foo.bar += 10  (pry) main: 0>
Based on the work of Andrew O'Brien