Context Manager getting str instead of AttributeError instance
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Thu Mar 15 21:25:46 CET 2012
> > ...
> > (<type 'exceptions.AttributeError'>, "'A' object has no attribute 'x'",
> <traceback object at 0x1817F648>)
> > AttributeError: 'A' object has no attribute 'x'
> > As you can see, I am getting a string while you are not.
>Ian Kelly said:
> Looks like a version difference. I don't have Python 2.6 handy to
> test on, but I get a str in Python 2.5 and an AttributeError instance
> in Python 2.7.
Thanks Ian, that was the key! I guess I will just have to work around it.
Any suggestions? I am thinking about just creating a blank instance of
the error class since that the class gets passed successfully.
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