PythonKit throws exception

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shadi abu samra

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Nov 5, 2020, 5:35:13 AM11/5/20
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Hello,
When call python function with throw exception from swift the app crashed

Fatal error: 'try!' expression unexpectedly raised an error: Python exception: This is an example exception for GET

Swift code

do {

            let model = try Python.attemptImport("FinalTest")

            let value = try? model.get(true)

        } catch {

            print("==> error: \(error)")

        } 

Python function 

def swift_call_target():

    raise Exception("This is an example exception for GET")

Is there any way to call throw function? 

Please advice


Thanks 

Brennan Saeta

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Nov 5, 2020, 11:14:20 AM11/5/20
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Hi Shadi,

Unfortunately, I don't quite understand your code snippet. Did you leave some code out? 

All the best,
-Brennan


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shadi abu samra

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Nov 5, 2020, 11:25:05 AM11/5/20
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Hi Brennan,

The Swift code use Pythonkit to call swift_call_target in Python 

But the Python swift_call_target function throw exception and in this case the swift app crash 
I need way to use do catch in swift to catch  exception error
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Ravindra Sonkar

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Nov 16, 2020, 11:52:57 PM11/16/20
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I'm getting the same problem. Please help up out.

shadi abu samra

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Nov 17, 2020, 1:34:41 AM11/17/20
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For now I make python function code return tuple of (data,error)

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Ravindra Sonkar

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Nov 17, 2020, 3:46:03 AM11/17/20
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can you share a sample of it?

shadi abu samra

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Nov 18, 2020, 1:41:55 PM11/18/20
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@Ravindra Sonkar 
I find a way to catch python exceptions please check below code and let me know if it works as expected

 func callFunction(name: String, withArguments args: [PythonConvertible]) -> Result<PythonObject, Error> {

        guard let functionObject = self.checking[dynamicMember: name] else {

            return .failure(CustomError.with(localizedDescription: "Could not access PythonObject member \(name)"))

        }

        do {

            let data = try functionObject.throwing.dynamicallyCall(withArguments: args)

            return .success(data)

        } catch {

            let pythonError = error as? PythonError

            let localizedDescription = pythonError?.description ?? error.localizedDescription

            return .failure(CustomError.with(localizedDescription: localizedDescription))

        }

    }


 

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Shadi Awwad.
Sr. Mobile developer. 

Ravindra Sonkar

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Mar 12, 2021, 12:39:36 AMMar 12
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Hi @Shadi,
It didn't resolve my problem.
Here is what I'm doing 

  private let gp = Python.import("gphoto2")

  private lazy var context = gp.Context()

  private lazy var camera_config = camera.get_config(context)

  let result = callFunction(name: "capture", withArguments: [gp.GP_CAPTURE_IMAGE])

    switch result {

    case .success(let py):

      print(py)

    case .failure(let err) :

      print(err.localizedDescription)

      break

    }

Checcking[dynamicMember : name ] is getting nil

Here is what I do in my code.

        let file_path = camera.capture(gp.GP_CAPTURE_IMAGE)

Please can you look it I did what you have guided.

Thank you.

Ravindra Sonkar

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Mar 12, 2021, 1:56:15 AMMar 12
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