Here's my thought on Using Rich Inspect to interrogate Python objects - Textual
I love rich inspect. It's one of my most often used features of rich. It gives you a great human readable insight into python object instances.
>>> from rich import inspect >>> text_file = open("foo.txt", "w") >>> inspect(text_file)
I have a pyflyby entry for it so that I can just run it ang get automatic imports. To not clash with the standard library inspect, which is quite useful on it's own, I have aliased it to
from rich import inspect as rinspect