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Author r.david.murray
Recipients ggenellina, guettli, hoffman, news1234, pakal, r.david.murray, vinay.sajip, ysj.ray
Date 2010-10-09.14:56:08
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Pascal: my question exactly.  The question is whether the code is accurately reflecting the state of the python stack at exception time (which it seems like it ought to), in which case I don't understand how Python handles the chained exception, or it doesn't, in which case (more likely) I'm not understanding how the stack frame is put together.

Vinay: so in your run the subprocess call is not producing the final 'exception detail' looks like the last line of the output from subprocess is getting lost.  I've updated the patch to add a p.wait() before the assert...can you see if that fixes it?  I also fixed the doc nit, thanks.
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