Sometimes, I do get those errors.
But if I take a working piece of python and stick in a sabotage statement
Var1 = var2
Where var2 is undefined (i.e. has never been assigned anything)
Just silent failure. No error.
From: Jonathan [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 11:15 AM
To: Jon Emmons; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [Zope] Uncaptured python exception
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From: "Jon Emmons" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 11:06 AM
Subject: RE: [Zope] Uncaptured python exception
> I still don't know why python errors will just quietly cause things to
> with no zope error at all. Nothing... That may be something I just have
> live with. Very difficult to debug and develop with though.
> Syntax errors I can find by simply importing the external method into the
> python interpreter.
Syntax errors for external methods can also be found by clicking on the
'Save Changes' button of the external method object when in the ZMI.
> But dealing with the form variables, I will often have
> runtime errors that give no message at all.
> So I find myself putting little "I am here" print messaged throughout my
> code to try to zone in on where I mistyped the variable equipment_num as
Referring to non-existent python variables (eg. the mistyping you described
above) should raise a KeyError. Do you have any try/except statements in
your external method which may be capturing the errors?
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