On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 5:50 PM, Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Error and Fatal exception classes are introduced in my patch - it was Peter'
> request (if I remember it well), and now I am thinking so it is not good
> idea.

Now everybody is confused :). Your patch does:

-    PLy_exc_error = PyErr_NewException("plpy.Error", NULL, NULL);
-    PLy_exc_fatal = PyErr_NewException("plpy.Fatal", NULL, NULL);
-    PLy_exc_spi_error = PyErr_NewException("plpy.SPIError", NULL, NULL);


+    PLy_exc_error = PyErr_NewException("plpy.Error", PLy_exc_base, NULL);
+    PLy_exc_fatal = PyErr_NewException("plpy.Fatal", PLy_exc_base, NULL);
+    PLy_exc_spi_error = PyErr_NewException("plpy.SPIError",
PLy_exc_base, NULL);

So they are there without the patch, you now make them inherit from
the new BaseError previously they just inherited from Exception.

More soon in another reply I was just typing when this came in.

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