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Author gpolo
Recipients gpolo, taleinat
Date 2009-03-29.19:49:24
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> IMO IDLE should check for any exception
> (not just pickle.PicklingError) when trying to pickle an object for
> sending to the parent process. If pickle doesn't work, for whatever
> reason, IDLE can still try to work around it with str() and/or repr().

Do you have some specific suggestion on how to do so ? As I'm seeing
it rpc.SocketIO.putmessage would return a custom exception when a
PicklingError doesn't happen, which then
PyShell.ModifiedInterpreter.runcode could handle and decide to run the
code object locally. Sounds unpleasant.
Date User Action Args
2009-03-29 19:49:29gpolosetrecipients: + gpolo, taleinat
2009-03-29 19:49:27gpololinkissue1757057 messages
2009-03-29 19:49:25gpolocreate