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Friendlier tracebacks in any language.

Project description


Aimed at Python beginners: replacing standard traceback by something easier to understand, translatable into various languages.

See the documentation here

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State of this project

Friendly-traceback is alpha. The current focus is on quickly increasing the number of exceptions covered. We strive to test the code as new additions are made: everything included should work. However, the code itself could probably be refactored and could definitely be better documented.

Code of Conduct

We completely support the Python Community Code of Conduct. Contributors to this project, including those filing or commenting on an issue, are expected to do the same.

Note about the documentation

See Issue #11.

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