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Ignore IOError when checking Python file #66

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tkf commented Nov 20, 2012

Emacs uses a symbolic link to non-existing file for locking file.
It has the same extension as the original file. Therefore, Jedi
must ignore IOError when trying to open this symbolic file.

I think it makes sense for non-Emacs users. The file you
are trying to open may not exist at the timing when you open
it. Also, people can make bad symbolic links accidentally.
Jedi should work even in this situation.

Ignore IOError when checking Python file
Emacs uses a symbolic link to non-existing file for locking file.
It has the same extension as the original file.  Therefore, Jedi
must ignore IOError when trying to open this symbolic file.
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davidhalter commented Nov 20, 2012

Makes sense!

davidhalter added a commit that referenced this pull request Nov 20, 2012

Merge pull request #66 from tkf/no-ioerror
Ignore IOError when checking Python file

@davidhalter davidhalter merged commit e2d1d55 into davidhalter:dev Nov 20, 2012

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