metaclasses and Exceptions
mwh at python.net
Fri Jul 30 19:11:49 CEST 2004
mnotting at gmail.com (Mark Nottingham) writes:
> From previous discussion  it seems that it's not possible to raise
> new-style objects. Does this effectively mean that it's impossible to
> use anything with a metaclass as an exception?
> If not, does anyone anticipate this changing anytime soon?
One of the areas where PyPy is different from CPython is that there
are no old-style classes or instances, so exceptions are necessarily
new-style. This has caused no real problems on any Python program
we've tried it on yet...
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