[Python-Dev] Asynchronous use of Traceback objects
Phillip J. Eby
pje at telecommunity.com
Sat Sep 3 20:09:09 CEST 2005
At 06:24 PM 9/3/2005 +1000, Christopher Armstrong wrote:
>For example, perhaps a better idea would be to
>change the traceback-printing functions to use Python attribute lookup
>instead of internal structure lookup, and then change raise to accept
>arbitrary Python objects as its third argument, as long as it matches
>the traceback interface.
Given that traceback printing isn't a performance-critical activity, there
probably isn't a reason any more for requiring a particular C layout. On
the other hand, being able to create frame or traceback instances or
subclasses would probably also solve your problem, without having to do too
much hacking on the C code that expects a particular layout.
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