mhammond at skippinet.com.au
Thu Mar 20 06:33:30 CET 2003
Jane Austine wrote:
> It seems like "func == NULL" is true and the message is thrown to the
> stderr at the time.
You should confirm this. There is a chance that the function is not
NULL, and the warnings.warn() function is dumping it to stdout.
> Now the question:
> Why is the func(warnings.warn) NULL in this case?
It doesn't sound like we are sure about that.
> What does that mean?
> When is it supposed to be NULL?
It should never be NULL. Python's startup (see pythonrun.c) sets this
value. Thus is should only be NULL is "import warnings" failed during
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