This seems to me to be a novel idea (since i haven't found any solutions or anyone having implemented it)...
A shell script that automatically runs whenever you git commit or whatever that will let you know if you forgot to delete any debugging or development env specific lines of code in your project.
raise params.inspect #debug
Although I whole-heartedly recommend following cdeszaq'a advice and discourage doing this sort of thing, it is pretty easy to write a git hook that will prevent you from committing any lines with a particular string. For simplicity, I'm not showing the git rev-parse --verify HEAD that you should use to make this hook work on an initial commit, but if you simply put the following in .git/hooks/pre-commit (and make it executable), you will not be able to commit any lines of code that contain the string '#debug':
#!/bin/sh if git diff-index -p -M --cached HEAD | grep '#debug' > /dev/null; then echo 'debug lines found in commit. Aborting' >&2 exit 1 fi