Source code for lib.exception_handling

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""" contains functions for handling exceptions generated by
user code


* :func:`get_user_codeframe`: Returns traceback that only includes the user's
                              execute code frames


from types import TracebackType
from typing import Union

[docs]def get_user_codeframe(tb: TracebackType) -> Union[TracebackType, bool]: """Modify traceback to only include the user code's execution frame Always call in this fashion: .. code-block:: py e = sys.exc_info() user_tb = get_user_codeframe(e[2]) or e[2] so that you can get the original frame back if you need to (this is necessary because copying traceback objects is tricky and this is a good workaround) :param tb: Trace back information """ while tb is not None: f = tb.tb_frame co = f.f_code filename = co.co_filename if filename[0] == '<': # This is a meta-descriptor # (probably either "<unknown>" or "<string>") # and is likely the user's code we're executing return tb else: tb = tb.tb_next # We could not find the user's frame. return False