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urllib3 bdist unittest error with nuitka #413
Platform: Windows, python 3.7.3 x32
Thanks for the report, @tommyli3318
The code in question attempts to load the module from
I believe this happens in case of an exception. Now to narrow done things further, you have several options in this instance, and one thing to research:
a) When a module throws an exception on the module body, is it in
b) What you should also try, is to put
c) You could try and execute the failing test as a binary, for that of course, you need to call the
d) And when it's import related, e.g. now we want to know the module that is causing the crash, you can do
I am not following what you mean, can you please elaborate?
There's no tracing output before the segmentation fault though?
My request was geared at code like this:
When a program catches that exception, is it normally in sys.modules with standard Python, or is it not. That is the assumption violated.
I am suspecting,
Just tested, both python 2 and 3 returned False for
Using --debug removes all the tracing output for some reason (as in, it crashes with the dialog box without any tracing output, even with --trace-execution enabled).