I guess it depends on the script, I know when Im writing tools I catch those errors myself and adjust my code depending on the response. keeping it in the bot class limits and can change the behavior of code depending on how it coded. Keep in mind that your working within a specific framework, while  addressing the actual problems should be done in the scripts, depending on what the script is designed to do

On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 4:44 PM, Ricordisamoa <ricordisamoa@openmailbox.org> wrote:
I'm in the process of converting several scripts to use the framework's generic Bot class (gerrit:137334, gerrit:137346, gerrit:137354, gerrit:138219) which provides a useful .userPut() method.
However, while most implementations in scripts try to catch possible exceptions (e.g. LockedPage, EditConflict, SpamfilterError), the 'standard' one does not.
Should we add such a thing? Maybe turned off by default?

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