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'Continue' after debugging an exception traces the stack
Normally the debugger doesn't break on a user-unhandled exception (another issue?), but breaks fine when the 'Thrown' box in exceptions is selected.
Pressing 'Continue' (or F5) after the exception is thrown will break again at each stack frame until reaching the final handler, whether that's the one provided by debugger.py/Python itself or in the user's code.
My expected behaviour would be to break once where the exception is raised; selecting "continue" skips straight to the final handler.
(Tested with both an AssertionError from assert and a ValueError from raise using CPython 2.7.)