albert boulanger wrote:
> You should be able to make "standard_error_message"s that
> do not generate secondary errors.
> If you fail, a crude minimal error handling should be okay
> as a last resort.
> The Lisp system on Symbolics had both. It had a too-many-error-frame
> detector for the error reporter that used a crude system when
> triggered. It would be nice that the crude error messages be settable
> in a way that is hardended, perhaps env vars?
I like the idea of a text file for these, rather than being embedded in
the python source. Surely that can't be too hard?
(Squishdot does this already for some things ;-)
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