The Problems of Perl: The Future of Bugzilla
jochen.wiedmann at gmail.com
Wed May 9 17:30:17 UTC 2007
On 5/9/07, Gervase Markham <gerv at mozilla.org> wrote:
> > * Perl lacks a real exception mechanism. We would have to write our
> > own if we want one.
> Do we? I think we manage fine without. Web applications seem suited to
> our Throw*Error-style error handling.
Apart from that, that's simply not true. One can throw and catch
arbitrary objects in Perl. What's the difference to a "real exception
mechanism"? Why Bugzilla doesn't use, for example, DBI's RaiseError
flag, is something I never understood.
My cats know that I am a loser who goes out for hunting every day
without ever returning as much as a single mouse. Fortunately, I've
got a wife who's a real champ: She leaves the house and returns within
half an hour, carrying whole bags full of meal.
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