Cpp exception interface with python
Added by Rogers, Chris about 12 years ago.
Updated almost 12 years ago.
We need to make cpp exceptions (src/common/Interface) talk to the python framework. Two ways to go - either we use CppErrorHandler or Squeal does it itself...
It would be nice to be as uniform as possible across Python and C++. For example: renaming Squeal or the python part. I think CppErrorHandler is more clear.
If you assign an issue to you, does that mean nobody else can come in and do it? I don't know if we want to leave issues openended for anybody (to encourage others or just sharing labor) to do.
Take on other people's trackers sure, but it's good manners to ask first (in case they have already started)
Prototype code committed in maus_rogers - needs comments and tests
Hmm... mysterious segmentation fault when I try to import any python module at all... will have a look on Monday
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Fixed - needed to initialise python properly.
- Target version changed from Future MAUS release to MAUS-v0.0.3
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