New add-on: collective.debug

I justed released a small Plone add-on collective.debug with a simple debug view to introspect the current context, the current user and its roles, instance dict of the current context and the request. It found the functionality super useful during development and migrations. Sometimes we install it on production systems for dedicated purposes e.g. for analyzing user specific access problem related to security settings or whatever (sometime in combination with collective.impersonate).

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What’s the difference to https://github.com/plone/plone.app.debugtoolbar, besides that it should not be installed on production systems?

Not sure :slight_smile: never used this one :slight_smile:
The answer is perhaps: collective.debug contains the minimal information that I usually need. plone.app.debugtoolbar offers too much information overflow....

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