What's this: run_pyc_file: nested_scopes: 0?
ws-news at gmx.at
Fri Nov 23 15:33:13 CET 2001
One more hint:
The message has also been removed in Python 2.2b2
"Werner Schiendl" <ws-news at gmx.at> wrote in message
news:3bfe5e53$1 at brateggebdc5.br-automation.co.at...
> this message is printed when you specify the flags parameter to a call to
> this functions are used, an a flags parameter is passed, in Py_Main, the
> function that actually provides the entry for the python executable.
> How do you run your code?
> If the messages bothers you, you should be safe removing the line
> fprintf(stderr, "run_pyc_file: nested_scopes: %d\n",
> in line 1079 of the file Python/pythonrun.c.
> "Dale Strickland-Clark" <dale at riverhall.NOTHANKS.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:99ksvtsp9uipajsfkqehgbi9hc0f8el4mq at 4ax.com...
> > This message has started to appear at the end of each use of a system
> > we're developing:
> > run_pyc_file: nested_scopes: 0
> > It's not one of our messages and my hunch is that it coincides with
> > us using compileall to ensure the main module is compiled.
> > Any ideas what it is and how I can get rid of it?
> > Python 2.1
> > Cheers.
> > --
> > Dale Strickland-Clark
> > Riverhall Systems Ltd
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