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Other analogies comes to mind: Let the farmer and the cowboy be friends.
I'll keep in mind that I can get the PyTraceback in Jython. But for this
application I'd like to do so in Java. Oh well, I'll keep digging.
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> From: Ype Kingma <ykingma@...>
> Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 11:16:29 +0100
> To: jython-users@...
> Subject: Re: [Jython-users] Catching and showing errors
>> I'm writing a little utility that will run a Jython script and when it
>> catches an error it will open an editor and jump to the line number that
>> contains the offending script. I'm starting with a Java application and am
>> correctly catching a forced example exception. Jython gives the exception a
>> PyException object. From PyException how may I get a PyTraceback object, so
>> I may get the line number from tb_lineno?