Yes, that is how I started. The problem is with client.captureException().
The problem is that there is no way to get the Client when it's
configured via ini (or at least I have no idea how to get it).
So when configured via ini, Sentry can only provide HTTP context for
uncaught exceptions which results in an Internal Server Error.
Obviously, your web app shouldn't result in Internal Server Errors,
but would try to give a reasonable error message, and internally log
the problem, so critical parts are in try-except blocks, and this is
where client.captureException() is used.
Now this client needs to be configured via a Sentry __call__, or else,
the http context is missing. That's why I needed to use the python
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