"Set whether exception messages are printed or not.
C++ doesn't display the messages, so if you are not using python, you need to turn this on to understand errors."
On Mar 11, 2009, at 4:12 PM, Ben Webb wrote:
Keren Lasker wrote:
IMP.set_print_excpetions() does not exist anymore, at least in the swig interface - was the function renamed?
set_print_exceptions() exists, in the kernel (include/exception.h). It shouldn't be necessary for Python code, surely, since the SWIG wrappers catch any IMP C++ exceptions and convert them to Python exceptions (which will be printed anyway if you don't catch them).
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