[mod_python] Fancy Shmancy Exception Output

Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy grisha at modpython.org
Mon Apr 23 23:53:36 EST 2001

I propose a new directive:

PythonPinkError On

seriosly speaking - this looks neat. I wonder if it has anything specific
to python 2.1 in it, since mod_python has to be compatible with 1.5.2 I
think, at least for a while...

On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Chris Hagner wrote:

> Hey gang,
> There's a utility called pydoc that's in the new python 2.1 release...
> anyway, the author of it wrote a really snazzy error handling page for cgi
> scripts (called cgitb)... check out the output and see if you find it
> useful.
> Here's a sample cgitb output page...
> http://www.lfw.org/python/test4.html
> Here's where you can get the module for it...
> http://www.lfw.org/python/
> Okay, except for the nasty colors, I'd love to see something closer to this
> in the standard mod_python error handler(apache.py).  I guess the most
> flexible way would be to have a PythonErrorModule directive and allow each
> person to override the default error display with their own module (in this
> case, the cgitb module).  The key is that this functionality would only
> really be appropriate for a development environment...
> Thoughts?
> Chris
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