[mod_python] PSP (exit/quit/return statement)

Mike Looijmans nlv11281 at natlab.research.philips.com
Thu Apr 26 01:20:56 EDT 2007

Raising an exception will get you there, with some help. If you wrap 
your PSP page in a publisher handler, you can create a "Abort" exception 
class that you catch silently.

class Abort(Exception): pass

except Abort:
   ... normal handling...

Mike Looijmans
Philips Natlab / Topic Automation

Graham Dumpleton wrote:
> On 25/04/07, Christian S. Perone <christian.perone at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello, there is an exit, quit, abort or return like statement for psp ?
>> For example, I want to do that:
>> <%
>> req.write("1")
>> [exit statement]
>> req.write("2")
>> %>
>> in a way that the statement abort the flow of execution and the result 
>> be:
>> 1
>> I have been read the documentation and don't found anything like that.
> There is no way to currently do it.
> Some may argue that it is bad practice, but other templating systems
> do have such a feature.
> Propose a syntax or mechanism for doing it and if others think it is
> reasonable it can be added to list of issues to be looked at.
> Graham
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