solipsis at pitrou.net
Thu Jul 17 11:12:59 CEST 2008
Fred Drake <fdrake <at> acm.org> writes:
> Sounds like adding a new method, catchException(...), that returns the
> exception it catches, would be a reasonable compromise. I can't think
> of any reason that the method that catches-and-returns needs to be the
> existing API, which does something different.
So you'd have a method that just catches (assertRaises), and another one that
It doesn't seem very practical to have two different methods based on such a
small and trivial difference.
Let's just make assertRaises return the exception instance, it seems like it
feels the need correctly.
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