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Author ncoghlan
Recipients Arfrever, benjamin.peterson, georg.brandl, ncoghlan, pitrou, poke
Date 2012-03-16.12:24:27
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With the decision on whether or not to suppress the context moved out to a separate flag, I think we need to allow it. Requiring that the flag be False *and* that the context also be None gets us back to asking the question of why the flag doesn't work when the context is set to a different value. That question was part of the genesis of the Ellipsis-as-sentinel approach in the original 409 implementation.

I wouldn't stress too much about the formatting though. Perhaps note in the suppress context docs that the output can get *very* noisy if you turn it off when both cause and context are set, so while it does display all the exception information, the default output isn't going to be very easy to read.
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