Hmm that is an odd error. I have not really experienced this in my
during development. I don't use urllib2, but instead httplib directly.
If this just happens
once in a while maybe just catch that error and just retry the request.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 12:33 PM, Ryan Rosario <uclamath...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I use Python for most of my development with the Twitter API, and I
> have been using urllib2 to extract content.
> After running my scripts for some period of time (sometimes 5 mins,
> sometimes several hours) I get an httplib.BadLineStatus exception. All
> I could find on this error is that it means the server sent an HTTP
> error that is non-standard (?). The exception was passed up to the
> httplib from urllib2.
> This also happened with DeWitt's Python package (which uses urllib2).
> Without knowing what content is being returned (if any), I am having a
> difficult time nailing down what is causing this exception. Has
> anybody else experienced this problem? Is there any way to prevent it?
> (right now I am just retrying the request)