[wingide-users] Assert seen when running in the IDE, but not when running wihtout the IDE

Peter Fein pfein at pobox.com
Fri Oct 13 13:10:47 MDT 2006


On Friday 13 October 2006 13:20, Tony Cappellini wrote:
> I have a script which is part of a large framework.
>
> When I run this script using the debugger (F5, not stepping) , an assert is
> generated indicating the wrong type is being passed to a function.
>
> However, when I don't use the IDE, I don't see this assert.
>
> Has anyone else seen any issues like this, where running with/without the
> IDE shows differences?

Are you running python -O outside?  Asserts are disabled when optimization's 
on.  You may want to check the #! for your script...

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