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Author Julian.Scheid
Recipients Julian.Scheid, barry, georg.brandl, lregebro, ncoghlan, r.david.murray
Date 2010-04-15.10:53:35
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Having this in 2.6/2.7 would be great.

I don't think the ELLIPSIS workaround suggested by Barry works, have you actually tried it?

Below is an example where ELLIPSIS doesn't seem to help (run in 2.6.5).  I have also tried "...Error:" and "...:", and tried replacing ". . ." by "...", to no avail.

I'm assuming this has to do with issue #1192554, or am I making a silly mistake?

Otherwise, are there any other workarounds you can suggest?

Without ellipsis the following example works in 2.6 but of course fails in 3.x.

Failed example:
    Redacted.from_str('1-7@') #doctest: +ELLIPSIS
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      . . .
    ...ParserError: <message redacted>:
    expected digit
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    ParserError: <message redacted>:
    expected digit
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