2005/11/24, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
 > Interestingly, you can raise things that don't subclass Exception in
> python. This was discussed before, and I firmly agree with, that zodb
> conflicts should _not_ sublcass exception. That way, there's less chance
> of them being caught by inexperienced programmers putting in try: except
> Exception: 's.
> How would we go about making this change?

class my_own_exception:

  raise my_own_exception()
  print "Doesn't help against inexperienced programmers. sadly"

You can even raise a string, which is accidently done in zope2 and
where my with provided solution and unit test is pending.
It is better to beat people using except: without good reasons.

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