--On 15. Dezember 2005 08:03:22 -0500 Jonathan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

----- Original Message ----- From: "J Cameron Cooper"

It seems strange that one can, using plain vanilla python scripts,  trap
bare 'try/excepts' (and I agree with Andreas that this is not a good
thing to do!) and that one can trap python built-in exceptions, but that
one cannot trap zope exceptions.  Why allow python scripts to trap zope
exceptions using a bare try/except (and then have to re-raise everything
except the target zope exception), but not allow python scripts to target
specific zope exceptions?  I don't see the reasoning behind this approach.

My 2 cents: PythonScripts are restricted and are *not* thought to be a full replacement for Python modules. If you need this functionaltiy consider writing a Zope Product, using external methods or using TrustedExecutables.


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