I'm attempting to use pydoc to document a class that inherits from SQLObject. Something in my code is depreciated, causing the error message I've included below. However, I'm having some trouble tracking down exactly what, since I'm not accessing any columns or cached values in the class in question.

As you may notice, the line referenced in the warning message is not the line in my code where the exception was thrown but the line in sqlobject/main.py, where the exception was handled. Is there a way to find out what piece of my code threw the warning?


BAD BAD BAD BAD CONFIGURATION
./sqlobject/main.py:589: DeprecationWarning: Use of this attribute should be replaced with .sqlmeta.cacheValues
  '.sqlmeta.%s' % self.name , level=self.deprecation_level)
./sqlobject/main.py:589: DeprecationWarning: Use of this attribute should be replaced with .sqlmeta.columns
  '.sqlmeta.%s' % self.name, level= self.deprecation_level)
./sqlobject/main.py:589: DeprecationWarning: Use of this attribute should be replaced with .sqlmeta.columnList
  '.sqlmeta.%s' % self.name, level=self.deprecation_level )

Thanks,
Molly