About this book

This book describes the iris.debug Python module. iris.debug is a Python scripting interface to Fast Models which uses Iris as its backend. It allows you to interact with models, including connecting to and configuring them, performing execution control, and accessing registers and memory.

Using this book

This book is organized into the following chapters:

Chapter 1 Getting started

This chapter describes setting up Iris Python Debug Scripting and using it to run a model.

Chapter 2 Upgrading MxScripts to Python

This chapter describes the major differences between the MxScript language and Python, and gives the iris.debug equivalents to various MxScript functions for interacting with a model.

Chapter 3 API reference

This chapter describes the public interface of iris.debug. Any members whose name starts with an underscore are internal and have not been documented.

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