[Python-3000] how should we handle changes to the C API?
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Sun Feb 11 19:20:12 CET 2007
Brett Cannon schrieb:
> My specific need is that PyErr_GivenExceptionMatches() does not have
> an exception return value. This sucks for me in 2.6 for deprecating
> catching string exceptions, but it sucks more in 3.0 since only
> subclasses of BaseException can be raised. But not allowing -1 to
> represent that an error occurred is a pain for anyone who wants to
> properly use the function.
I don't understand what exceptional value you are talking about.
If the given object cannot be an exception, it clearly doesn't
match, so the outcome should be zero (not an error).
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