Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #24704, comment 2


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04/25/2015 01:00:15 PM (5 years ago)
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Artem Rizhov
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  • Ticket #24704, comment 2

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    55The server and the application are two different entities. I don't think this should be clear that the server can not handle syntax errors in the app. Furthermore, '''it does''' in some cases. And even furthermore, I'm sure it is possible to implement such feature for any cases, even with Python, for example, with a master process which is watching and rerunning the app when it exits with error.
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    7 When I read documentation I'd want to believe that the written text states true. If not, why not to add a note about this? I found few tickets about this problem with both fixed and rejected statuses. So I came to the documents while searching for the truth. But it lies :) Just replace "any errors" with something more honest. I'd not spend time to write this ticket if the docs contains notes about this, and you'd not spend time to answer to my question. And I'm sure many people will thank you.
     7When I read documentation I'd want to believe that the written text states true. If not, why not to add a note about this? I found few tickets about this problem with both fixed and rejected statuses. So I came to the documentation while searching for the truth. But it lies :) Just replace "any errors" with something more honest. I'd not spend time to write this ticket if the doc contains notes about this, and you'd not spend time to answer to my question. And I'm sure many people will thank you.
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    99But it would be really better if Django dev server can handle any errors. I've started learning this issue because I've made too many manual restarts of the dev server while working on site admin area.
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