When I first started working with Drupal I was overwhelmed with the extremely large arrays it produces. In the beginning I used print_r() and var_dump() to get information out of those arrays. You might know that finding things in there is hard, but getting the correct path to the element deep in the array is almost undoable.
So, enough introduction, what does it do? Search Krumo kicks in when someone uses a debug function from the Devel module (dpm(), kpr(), and more). A default krumo output will look something like this.
The module also adds a "Copy path" functionality which enables a developer to copy the exact path to the element. For example you would be able to copy the following, instead of typing it all:
You’ll be amazed at how much time this saves you each day.
Give it a spin
Search Krumo nominated for an award
The Dutch Drupal community called the Splash Awards into life and Search Krumo is one of the nominees in the section 'Modules'. Awesome!#4