Unusual Exception Behaviour
robert.rawlins at thinkbluemedia.co.uk
Thu Jul 17 19:20:07 CEST 2008
> That's seriously weird. What's your Python version and platform? On my
> Windows and Linux machines, with more recent Python versions the above
> trick works flawlessly.
> Check your environment, namely PYTHON* variables. There may be something
> causing this behaviour. Unset them.
> Check the first line of your scripts. If you're calling wrong Python
> interpreter (there may be more than one in the system for some reason),
> this may cause it.
> You could also try setting up PYTHONINSPECT environment variable or run
> the python interpreter with -i option before program filename, which
> drops you into an interactive shell upon exception or termination of a
> This behavior is seriously unusual for Python. Maybe you have some old /
> buggy version?
Thanks for that MK. I'm using Debian with Python 2.5 from the stable apt
repository, installed but a couple of days ago. I'll be sure to look into
those other elements you suggested also. I'm not sure if it bares any
resemblance but this application runs a gobject mainloop and uses dbus quite
Don't think this might have something to do with the way I have my loggers
configured do you? For some reason it sits in my mind that this issue
started when I moved my logging configuration from programmatic into a
config file, I can't be totally sure of that though.
I've attached the config file that I use, does it all look ok to you? I
wonder if the way I've not added any handles/formatters to my root logger
might be causing beef?
This is certainly a strange one.
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