I've been finishing some last-minute work on Fedora 13 features.
I've refreshed the gdb debugging hooks  in both the python and
python3 with the latest version that I submitted upstream. This has
various bug fixes, plus the beginnings of some useful new commands
"py-list", "py-up" and "py-down", python-level analogs of
gdb "list", "up", "down" commands.
I've also added a "top"-like systemtap script to both packages, showing
all python function calls that happened in the last second across all
processes on the system. See:
The two updated builds aren't in the Fedora 13 tree yet. I've submitted
them as updates here:
and they're currently still "pending" i.e. waiting to be synced to the
Please can people test these (either when they reach the mirrors, or
before), and set karma on the updates accordingly, so that the new
builds can go into Fedora 13.
 as in https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/EasierPythonDebugging