Run ACE so it continues after errors

Is the recommended way of running ACE such that it doesn’t crash/stop upon encountering an error still a wrapper? (As, for example, advised here)

Or is there some robustness option for ACE that I’m not finding?

(For a concrete example, I want to be able to just continue parsing when I encounter errors like this.)

As far as I know, yes, you’d need to write a wrapper for ACE that detects the crashed process and re-executes it if you want to move on from errors using art. PyDelphin also detects and recovers from such crashes, so if you’re using PyDelphin it should work. Is it not working for you?


It’s working; I was just checking that that’s the preferred method! Thanks!

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