ws.receive() still returning `None`

lazerscience avatarlazerscience created an issue

In the wamp example you're now checking if message receved from the websocket is not none (, but shouldn't the socket raise an error except returning None due to #16 ?

Comments (5)

  1. Jeffrey Gelens

    Yup that's the idea. I'm currently working on this part of the code, because it's not entirely consistent, this is just temporary in the development code.

  2. lazerscience

    Great I actually just wanted to file a pull request for if message is None two days ago when I realized that the problem might be one layer deeper :)

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