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Author pitrou
Recipients brett.cannon, ncoghlan, pitrou, rbcollins, vaultah
Date 2017-09-09.20:32:56
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I think a more general facility to strip unwanted frames from traceback objects would be useful for more people (including importlib, I think).  i.e. actually mutate the traceback object, not remove the unwanted frames when printing (since it only works if you're the one doing the printing).

(note mutating a traceback object is very easy in C, it's just not possible in pure Python, except perhaps with nasty ctypes hacks)

Also, the `ignore_modules` would be more powerful as a generic `filter` callback, I think.
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