[wingide-users] Keeping debugger out of "other" files

Tom Stambaugh tms at stambaugh-inc.com
Mon Aug 15 10:07:26 EDT 2005

Perhaps you can put your code in a try block and catch everything that 
happens within it. Then, reraise your own exception along with a reference 
to the original. I'm naive about python, but this is a fairly common idiom 
in Java. Look at unittest.py -- specifically unittest.TestCase.run() -- for 
something similar.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Hipp" <Michael at Hipp.com>
To: <wingide-users at wingware.com>
Sent: Friday, August 12, 2005 7:27 PM
Subject: [wingide-users] Keeping debugger out of "other" files

> Is there any way to tell the debugger to never go outside my project files
> to
> display the location of an unhanded exception.
> Frequently it will dive deep into some of the core packages for wxPython
> to
> report a bug that is actually in my own code. It would be safer and more
> useful to stick to the files in the project. If you're not paying
> attention
> you can mistakenly be editing some far flung file outside the project.
> Plus,
> it has now taken me to a place where the actual error probably is not and
> I
> have to make my way back.
> Thanks,
> Michael
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