Iterating generator from C
tismer at stackless.com
Mon May 15 15:53:12 CEST 2006
Sven Suursoho wrote:
> I am working on project that has embedded python interpreter to run
> user-specified python procedures. Those procedures might return any
> iterable object with set of result data -- basically everything for which
> iter() returns valid object (list, tuple, dict, iterator etc)
> It works ok, except generator under Python 2.4 with debugging enabled (see
> Is there any way to rewrite following program to handle returned generator
> without hitting this bug?
I found this bug as well, and I think the fix should be
This problem can only show up when you are comiling a C
Why don't you just apply the fix and compile your own?
It is just a wrong assertion, anyway.
ciao - chris
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