Windows/DOS: double clicking a .py file
BPettersen at NAREX.com
Mon Sep 9 23:52:08 CEST 2002
> From: Just [mailto:just at xs4all.nl]
> Sorry if this is a Windows FAQ, I'm a newbie to Windows, but not to
> If I double-click a Python script (or use the start command
> in the dos
> prompt) a new dos prompt window is opened and my program is run. The
> window goes away when the program is done. However, the window _also_
> goes away when the program raises an exception, making it virtually
> impossible to actually _see_ the exception... Is there a way
> to keep the
> dos prompt window in this case?
Try something like the following... We've had much success with
automatically emailing the traceback back to the developer using the
cgitb module -- you can never trust users to give you good error reports
<wink> besides the cgitb module provides much more context than the
standard exceptions... Let me know if you'd like the code...
your code here
import msvcrt, traceback
print 'Hit a key to exit'
while not msvcrt.kbhit():
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