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# GDB / Dumper customization / Additional file  setting.

# Example to display a simple type
# template<typename U, typename V> struct MapNode
# {
#     U key;
#     V data;
# }
#
# def qdump__MapNode(d, value):
#    d.putValue("This is the value column contents")
#    d.putNumChild(2)
#    if d.isExpanded():
#        with Children(d):
#            # Compact simple case.
#            d.putSubItem("key", value["key"])
#            # Same effect, with more customization possibilities.
#            with SubItem(d, "data")
#                d.putItem("data", value["data"])

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# for more complex examples.

from dumper import *

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