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You may have spotted Python exceptions are often nicely explained, how do we do that?
We're using André Roberge's friendly-traceback, a project which tries to understand what caused the exception, and explain it.
If you spot an exception that is not explained by
friendly-traceback, which end up with "You might want to report this
case to ...", don't hesitate to report the case to the given link,
André is always very fast to implement the case and it will help many
people, not only hackinscience users!
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helpfull and does not give a link to
friendly-traceback, please open
an issue on hackinscience's
issue tracker, as it's probably to be enhanced in our side.
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