Generally crocoite provides reasonable defaults for Google Chrome via crocoite.devtools. When debugging this software it might be necessary to open a non-headless instance of the browser by running

google-chrome-stable --remote-debugging-port=9222 --auto-open-devtools-for-tabs

and then passing the option --browser=http://localhost:9222 to crocoite-single. This allows human intervention through the browser’s builtin console.

Release guide

crocoite uses semantic versioning. To create a new release, bump the version number in according to the linked guide, create distribution packages:

python sdist bdist_wheel

Verify them:

twine check dist/*

Try to install and use them in a separate sandbox. And finally sign and upload a new version to pypi:

gpg --detach-sign --armor dist/*.tar.gz
twine upload dist/*

Then update the documentation using sphing-doc and upload it as well.