On Sun, 24 Jun 2001, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Rene Pijlman writes:
> > A suggestion to cut the Zope learning curve down by half a day...
> > When the programmer forgets the docstring in a method of a Python-based
> > product, instead of saying
> > "Sorry, the requested resource does not exist."
> > Zope could say:
> > "Sorry, this method has no docstring."
> Doesn't it do precisely this when you run Zope in debug mode?
I didn't loose half a day to this one, but I did loose at least
fifteen minutes. And I'm a fairly experienced Zope/Python programmer.
Furthermore, I do not in general run in debug mode during development.
Most of the time I am developing with continual customer review, and
the customers get confused and worried if the tracebacks appear on
the error pages, so it's easier just to not use debug mode. I do,
however, run with stupid log enabled. So if it is unacceptable to
have a more informative non-debug message, it would be nice to have
something show up in the stupid log.
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