A third-party library (written in C) that I use in my python code is issuing warnings. I want to be able to use the
except syntax to properly handle these warnings. Is there a way to do this?
To handle warnings as errors simply use this:
import warnings warnings.filterwarnings("error")
After this you will be able to catch warnings same as errors, e.g. this will work:
try: some_heavy_calculations() except RuntimeWarning: import ipdb; ipdb.set_trace()
P.S. Added this answer because the best answer in comments contains misspelling:
filterwarnigns instead of
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