IRC Logs for #circuits Tuesday, 2020-01-07

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riotohai :)21:15
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rioti have a component that creates instances of circuits.io.serial.Serial, is there a way to make the component aware that an exception happened during e.g. port opening, without listening for exception events? i.e. is classic try:/except: possible somehow? I'd like to handle the problem where i possibly created it21:24
riot(among other reasons: to see which line of code exactly caused it. I have many components spawning and opening serial ports in the project :)21:25
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riotif that isn't possible, can i somehow find out (e.g. in an exception event handler) that my component triggered it?21:50
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