Jeff Gentry wrote at 2006-1-20 17:14 -0500:
>What I saw was that 'B' would say:
><B instance at 2a9e9274e0> (or some other mem address)
>while 'C' would say:
><C instance at /gg/some/path>
Thus, "B" is not wrapped while "C" is.
>My knowledge of these things is poor but that would imply that B is not
>properly wrapped? FWIW when I instantiate 'B' I do a _setObject() and
>then a _getOb() and use the return value from that, my understanding being
>that this is what wraps the object.
Indeed. But the "B" above did not take this route...
>> Do you use "try: ... except: ..." and swallow valuable exception
>It isn't clear to me what to except on.
You should not.
The question was just a safeguard that essential information
were not lost due to a bad "try: ... except: ...".
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