Status: Accepted Owner: ---- Labels: Type-CleanUp Priority-Low Version-Seaside2.9
New issue 266 by jfitzell: remove uses of generic Error http://code.google.com/p/seaside/issues/detail?id=266
We should be using more specific error subclasses. This means looking for senders of #error: and references to Error (many of these may be valid in #on:do: calls) in our code.
At very least, it would be good to signal a WAError so that errors in Seaside code are distinguishable from others. This could be largely addressed by implementing #error: on WAObject but it would still be better to have more specific errors. This also implies that the few error classes we *do* have should be subclasses of WAError.
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