Re: How to use (catch)?

From: Erick Gallesio <>
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 18:15:37 +0200 (CEST)

Ian Wild writes:
> Unless I'm missing something, (catch) works a bit better
> than I'd have hoped. It not only prevents the normal
> error messages appearing, it hides any clue as to what
> went wrong.
> [example deleted ]
> in other words, in error.c, take the last couple of lines
> (and their associated comment) from print_message() and
> move them down into STk_err().
> Have I broken anything?
> Have I missed a don't-mess-with-the-C way of
> getting what I want?

Oops, the introduction of the two global variables was just for being
able to see the cause of the error. It seems that I have missed the
point here ;-)

Your patch is correcte and I have applied it.

                -- Erick
Received on Fri Jul 02 1999 - 18:15:29 CEST

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