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Introduction

WebError provides WSGI middleware for the debugging and handling of errors inside of WSGI applications.

Usage

There are two primary WSGI middleware components:

weberror.errormiddleware.make_error_middleware

This middleware should be used for production deployed applications and is used to track extra information regarding errors that occur. These error entries can additionally be emailed to a given email address using the error_email option. Example usage:

from weberror.evalexception import make_eval_exception
app = make_eval_exception(app, global_conf)

weberror.evalexception.make_eval_exception

This middleware is used to help debug errors in wsgi applications during development and should not be used in production. Example usage:

from weberror.evalexception import make_eval_exception
app = make_eval_exception(app, global_conf)

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