[Python-Dev] less quick patch for better debugging.

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Fri Nov 28 10:58:58 EST 2003

Michael Hudson <mwh at python.net> writes:

> Guido van Rossum <guido at python.org> writes:

>> BTW, for the special case of multi-line argument lists, it is already
>> fixed.
> So it is.  I guess the other situations that are worth fixing are long
> container -- list, tuple, dict -- literals.  My brain is a bit too
> fried to think if a more general solution is feasible, but I will
> point out that since SET_LINENO went away, inserting superfluous calls
> to com_set_lineno doesn't result in superfluous bytecodes, so perhaps
> that could just be added to com_node or something. 

Brain still fried, so someone else will have to tell me what's wrong


which as sketched above calls com_set_lineno in every invocation of
com_node and removes all the other calls.


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