I've seen this kind of bs on occasion.
Once in a very long while, I need to nuke .pyc files... when it
*seems* to run them rather than newer .py files.
Also, I'd look at line-ending problems (maybe there are a few lines
that have windows-y ones or something) and or indentation problems;
sometimes if a file is mixed between tab and spaces, this kind of
parsing error happens.
Usually an exception that points to something that is clearly NOT a
problem (like a comment) indicates that something just before that
point is wrong; like maybe an if statement doesn't have a colon, or a
parenthesis isn't closed.
On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 12:17:48 -0300, Eduardo Elgueta <eelgueta@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Suddenly, webkit is not compiling class library files. When I run a
> servlet that uses this object, it generates an exception pointing to a
> comment line in the class file! All changes to the class library files
> are ignored.