An exception hook that can keep running code after a top-level exception occurs
If you encounter a top-level exception while running a python program in a tty, this package will give you the option to continue execution anyway like a deranged lunatic.
Once you are executing things in this mode, things get a bit weird. The stack will have strange entries on it, unassigned local variables will take on the value None, and if you yield from a generator something will go wrong (most likely the program will disappear from the stack and you’ll immediately exit).
Tested on CPython 2.7 only.
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