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Author ron_adam
Recipients ron_adam
Date 2010-07-21.06:29:22
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help('modules spam') causes segfault.

When pydoc tries goes though the files it does the following in the ModuleScanner class.

(minimal example)

>>> for importer, modname, ispkg in pkgutil.walk_packages():
...     if modname == 'test.badsyntax_pep3120':
...         loader = importer.find_module(modname)
... 
Segmentation fault

Adding:

   if modname=='test.badsyntax_pep3120':
      continue

At the top of the for loop will suppress the segfault in pydoc by skipping that file.


A bit further probing narrowed it down to this...

>>> loader = pkgutil.get_loader('test.badsyntax_pep3120')
Segmentation fault

I'm not familiar with the pkgutil module so I didn't go further.
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