how to abort on syntax errors
noone at nowhere.com
Mon Mar 26 19:21:22 CEST 2007
I have a lot of except Exception, e statements in my code, which poses some
problems. One of the biggest is whenever I refactor even the triviallest
thing in my code.
I would like python to abort, almost as if it were a compile-time error,
whenever it cannot find a function, or if I introduced a syntax error. But,
instead, it merrily proceeds on its way.
Is there some idiom that you use in situations like these?
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