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Huh... weird. That's the error that it raised before, and it seems, from looking around, like a pretty standard way to deal with it.
You have python 2.5, right? What platform? Distribution?
If you just have 'except:' with no '_curses.error', what happens?
No one was able to get live gimes last night. It sounds like, according to the Mosaic forums, that was mlb.com's fault. They had been slammed all day, so who knows? We'll see what happens today.
And 1200, it turns out, doesn't work. I think Theophile pointed this out, but it's not a straight download, but some sort of swarming thing that NexDef uses. Be cool if someone could figure it out, but it would take more than I know about network traffic, and it's not a high priority at the moment.
I also saw 'except: curses:error:' somewhere else in mlbviewer.py, so I tried removing just the underscore, and that made it work as well.
Wow, sometimes I guess I should just look at the code I wrote last week. Thanks for that. Okay -- version with no underscore now checked in.
Still odd that it doesn't work on sid, since it does work on my Ubuntu, which is sid from 5 months ago or so, and other people's etch machines (don't remember when that went stable). I wonder if a bug has been introduced into their python setup somewhere along the way. Oh well, in any case, mlbviewer should catch it now.