Thanks to maintainers working on projects like byebug, you can use Tidelift to give your teams access to a continuously curated stream of validated data about vetted components they need to make intelligent decisions, faster.
You can feel confident bringing byebug into your application’s dependency tree because the maintainers of byebug are paid by Tidelift to ensure their open source projects follow standardized secure software development practices.
Byebug is a Ruby debugger. It's implemented using the TracePoint C API for execution control and the Debug Inspector C API for call stack navigation. The core component provides support that front-ends can build on. It provides breakpoint handling and bindings for stack frames among other things and it comes with an easy to use command line interface.
Byebug permits the ability to understand what is going on inside a Ruby program while it executes and offers many of the typical ebugging features like:
Tidelift works directly with the maintainer of Byebig, David Rodriguez, to offer maintenance, code improvement, license verification, and security updates so you can use Byebug for debugging your app.
We spoke with Byebug maintainer, David, about how he got involved with the project.
Byebug is avaible via rubygems.