I run error_value through a simple python script to get the original message
back again :)
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From: "Dyon Balding" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Monday, April 09, 2001 9:44 PM
Subject: [Zope-dev] standard_error_message manipulation
> As part of a large python product I wanted to modify the normal
> "Zope Error" standard_error_message page.
> Most exceptions will be caught in the code, and therefore those
> that do get through and cause an error message to be displayed
> to the user probably indicate a bug in our code. I would like
> to give the user the ability to submit the details of the exception
> along with their own information as a bug report.
> I created my own standard_error_message, and wanted it to contain
> a form with the values of error_value and error_tb among
> others. It however appears that the values of these variables get
> rendered into HTML much earlier than desired and therefore aren't
> very readable in a bug report.
> Is there a better approach to this problem? or a work around?
> Dyon Balding <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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