I am working on improved xml-rpc fault output because I find the current
output from Zope less than useful.
Basically what my version does is strip the html tags from the error value
returned from Zope/standard_error_message, formats it in a simple way
(basically justs trims line breaks down) and then generates a formatted
traceback (if you are in debug mode) as the xml-rpc fault string. If you
aren't in debug mode then it just outputs the error type and the formatted
value as the fault string.
Now my question is whether this is a good thing in general. I like it
especially when accessing Zope using Python's xmlrpclib, but do any of have
reasons for keeping the html tags in the fault string?
Thought I would ask before I check this in.
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