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Author kxroberto
Recipients Neil Muller, fdrake, jjlee, kxroberto, orsenthil, r.david.murray, terry.reedy
Date 2011-11-15.18:04:27
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I looked at the new patch for Py3 (regarding the extended tolerance and local backporting to Python2.7):

What I miss are the calls of a kind of self.warning(msg,i,k) function in non-strict/tolerant mode (where self.error is called in strict mode). Such function could be empty or could be a silent simple counter (like in the old patch) - and could be easily sub-classed for advanced use.
I often want at least the possibilty of a HTML error log - so the HTML author (sometimes its me myself) can be noticed to get it more strict on the long run ;-) ...
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2011-11-15 18:04:28kxrobertosetrecipients: + kxroberto, fdrake, terry.reedy, jjlee, orsenthil, Neil Muller, r.david.murray
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