How to terminate after traceback?

Albert Wagner alwagner at tcac.net
Sun Sep 24 22:55:15 CEST 2000


It's a script.  I'm running on python1.5.2/wxPython/RH6.1.:

$ python main.py
Traceback (innermost
last):                                                    
  File "main.py", line 381, in AfterSplash      
    frame = RecruitingBrowser(None, -1, "Recruiting Browser:")      
  File "main.py", line 134, in __init__     
    self.sqlEditor = SqlEditor(self.nb, -1)  
  File "sqlEditor.py", line 57, in __init__     
    EVT_STC_UPDATEUI(self,    ID, self.OnUpdateUI) 
AttributeError: OnUpdateUI 
Killed

I think I did read somewhere that the wxStyledTextCtrl used threads.
                            
Albert Wagner wrote:
> 
> My book says that when python encounters an uncaught exception it
> terminates the program and prints a traceback.  I get a traceback
> without python terminating and have to kill it with my task manager.  Is
> there a more elegant, pythonish way?
> --
> We didn't inherit the land from our fathers.
> We are borrowing it from our children.

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