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brad at sonaural.com
Tue Jun 22 22:28:24 UTC 2004
> "Brad Fuller" <brad at sonaural.com> wrote:
> > Don't you think that if the msg doesn't indicate the error
> level, then
> > the user will wonder if he/she did something wrong?
> > - and will continue to
> > wonder unless they take pains to find out more (like you did.)
> .. and probably. No criticism was meant, simply info.
> > The message
> > should at least tell the user that it's non-fatal, maybe even
> > "informational".
> I agree, but it's an issue for Ian since it's his code. My
> code doesn't print anything for the user since the error
> handling is intended to be done by the higher level code.
> > Is there not a standard for error reporting in Squeak?
> 'Fraid not. Wouldn't be a bad idea.
This would seem to be a good idea to establish so that implementors would
have a standard to follow and the user would have something consistent
presented to him/her.
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