Author r.david.murray
Recipients inducer, r.david.murray
Date 2013-03-14.01:26:47
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It looks like a bug in the tracing machinery that has only been revealed by the changes to how tracebacks are interpreted in python3.  It should be a relatively simple fix, but I wonder if there is existing code that depends on the second argument getting turned into a string.

You can hack around the problem by creating a class to wrap around the arg[1] you get that has __cause__ and __context__ attributes, both set to none, and whose __str__ returns the original string.
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