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Author vstinner
Recipients Tim.Graham, berker.peksag, pitrou, python-dev, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2015-03-30.01:30:54
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> That last commit fixed compatibility with Django.


> Instead of an assert(), you could use Py_FatalError() at the end of _Py_CheckFunctionResult().

_Py_CheckFunctionResult() now calls Py_FatalError() in debug mode. By the way, I fixed various issues in Py_FatalError() to be able to display the exception and the traceback in more cases.

@Serhiy: Are you ok with that?

Can I close the issue?

FYI I write the PEP 490 as a "spin off" of this issue, to continue my work on the enhancement of exceptions in the C code: "PEP 490 - Chain exceptions at C level".
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