On 30 Aug 2002 at 10:10, Casey Duncan wrote:

> 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?

No, drop the HTML!

I do a lot of xml-rpc with IE 5.5 clients, and getting a fault is a pita.

I keep modifying xmlrpc.py (each time I update Zope) to print the traceback on the 
server, but that's a pita.

Brad Clements,                [EMAIL PROTECTED]   (315)268-1000
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