thorsten.dittmar at daedalos.com
Sun Jun 16 08:39:29 UTC 2002
On 6/13/02 11:55 PM, "Jecel Assumpcao Jr" <jecel at merlintec.com> wrote:
> This seems very reasonable. But since you know that you want this when
> creating the process it might be better to create a new process
> prototype, copy this method there and change it as you indicated it and
> then use this new prototype whenever creating a new process for a test.
This way does not work at all. Try it out, make a unchanged new prototype of
| p |
p: selfUnitProcess copySend:
message copy receiver: 1
p resume waitForSuspension.
You will always run into a vm error.
So I looked closer to:
> some applications that need it can make use of the the
> 'onNonLocalReturn:' and 'onReturn:' methods in traits block.
Please correct me when I'm wrong, my understanding of 'onNonLocalReturn:'
is, that when at any time during the evaluation of the receiver block an
error occurs the evaluation will be aborted and the argument block will be
evaluated. Is this correct?
[1/0] onNonLocalReturn: ['nice try']
Brings up a debugger, not a string outliner.
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