[squeak-dev] Should a non-resumable exception proceed from a debugger?

Jaromir Matas mail at jaromir.net
Wed Jan 5 06:48:47 UTC 2022

My understanding is proceeding the debugger is not the same as resuming an exception.

`self error` behaves the same but

`[self error] on: Error do: [:ex | ex resume]` gives you the Illegal resume attempt…

From: tim Rowledge<mailto:tim at rowledge.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 5, 2022 2:04
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Subject: [squeak-dev] Should a non-resumable exception proceed from a debugger?

Maybe I'm simply not understanding but...

`WebUtils  jsonDecode: 'Hello World' readStream`

You get a notifier because quite rightly there is an error. But you can proceed.

And that actually just returns the Error exception object. Which seems wrong, given that Error>>#isResumable returns false.

tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
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