[Python-Dev] How long the wrong type of argument should we limit (or not) in the error message (C-api)?
dwightdhutto at gmail.com
Sun Dec 15 05:18:45 CET 2013
We all strive to be python programmers, and some of the responses are that
it might not be around in the future.
Now we all probably speak conversational in other langs, but I'm thinking
of keeping around a great prototyping language.
So the topic becomes how too integrate it with the not just the expected,
but the unexpected technologies....Despite the topic is error messages, it
should apply to all possibilities that could be derived from a prototyping
language like python.
On Sat, Dec 14, 2013 at 11:09 PM, David Hutto <dwightdhutto at gmail.com>wrote:
> Susskinds...Me too, but the refinement of the error messages is the point.
> We should be looking at the full assessment of the error, which the
> prototyping of python should present.
> I've seen others reply that python wouldn't be around, or that theree are
> other forms I've seen before that will take the forefront.
> The point should be to align the prototyping of python with the updates in
> technology taking place.
> It should be like it usually is, line for lineerror assessments, even
> followed by further info to inform the prototyper that is looking to
> translate to a lower level language.
> On Sat, Dec 14, 2013 at 4:07 PM, Greg Ewing <greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz>wrote:
>> David Hutto wrote:
>>> Being that python is, to me, a prototyping language, then every possible
>>> outcome should be presented to the end user.
>> So we should produce a quantum superposition of
>> error messages? :-)
>> (Sorry, I've been watching Susskind's lectures on
>> QM and I've got quantum on the brain at the moment.)
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> David Hutto
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