[Python-ideas] Revised**12 PEP on Yield-From
jh at improva.dk
Sun Apr 19 15:58:39 CEST 2009
Nick Coghlan wrote:
> Greg Ewing wrote:
>> * ``return expr`` in a generator causes ``StopIteration(expr)`` to
>> be raised.
> One minor nit here - this bullet point is somewhat ambiguous as to where
> the raised exception is visible. It is probably worth mentioning
> explicitly that as with existing "return" statements in generators, the
> StopIteration exception won't be seen in the generator's own frame.
It is mentioned later, in the formal semantics,
> except that, as currently, the exception cannot be caught by ``except``
> clauses within the returning generator.
but I agree that it probably wouldn't hurt to mention it earlier as well.
> As someone else mentioned on another recent draft, it may be worth
> including some of the toy examples we were playing with in some of the
> discussion threads. Sure, they weren't all that practical, but they
> seemed to do a good job of getting the data flow concepts across.
It may be good enough just to include links to the relevant messages in
the PEP. Getting some small examples in the actual docs is probably
> Otherwise looks good to me.
There is a minor issue with the handling of throw in the expansion, but
otherwise I agree.
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