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Hi,

expy is an expressway to extend python.

in release 0.5.2, expy now supports custom exceptions, besides all built-in ones, and exception handling is made easy.

for more info, see

http://expy.sourceforge.net/

cheers,

Yingjie

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  • Terry Reedy at Feb 3, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    On 2/3/2010 1:43 AM, Yingjie Lan wrote:
    Hi,

    expy is an expressway to extend python.

    in release 0.5.2, expy now supports custom exceptions, besides all built-in ones, and exception handling is made easy.

    for more info, see

    http://expy.sourceforge.net/
    What Python versions does it work with?
    There is no indication either above or on the sf page.

    tjr
  • Yingjie Lan at Feb 4, 2010 at 12:00 am

    expy is an expressway to extend python.

    in release 0.5.2, expy now supports custom exceptions,
    besides all built-in ones, and exception handling is made
    easy.
    What Python versions does it work with?
    There is no indication either above or on the sf page.
    Thanks for point that out, I will add this to the
    document. Currently, it works with Python 2.5, 2.6.
    I haven't tested with Python 2.7 or 3.x
    (for 3.x, need to use the code tool first,
    then I am not sure if the C API for 3.x
    has changed much).

    BTW, the current version is 0.5.5.

    Yingjie

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