From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-10 17:34:34
I am experiencing strange issue I can't find solution for. Sorry I'll need a bit
lengthy explanation to describe it.
I am using boost python for both automation and embedding the same time. I
wrote trivial unit test module (can't use standard one). It has function check
def check( val ):
check_impl( val )
def check_impl( val ):
print "Error at line " + str(sys._getframe(2).f_lineno+1) ...
This supposedly should produce error line location. And it does. Sometimes.
8> check( False )
Error in line 8: ...
I've noticed though that in some cases line numbers are incorrect. I was able to
narrow it down to the single function
Before this function call line numbers are correct. After it incorrect.
foo is a function implemented in c++ and exported using boost.python. I was able
further to identify that the line at fault inside function foo implementation is
the one invoking python function:
boost::python::object obj = ...
So. Finally the question:
Is there way to fix/circumvent this somehow?
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