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- To: BUG-LISP at MIT-MC
- From: Jeffrey P. Golden <JPG at MIT-MC>
- Date: Mon, 15 Nov 82 04:51:00 GMT
- Cc: JPG at MIT-MC, UCBKIM.jkf at UCB-C70
- Original-date: 14 November 1982 23:51-EST
I've unfortunately held onto this message for some time, so I'm not sure
JKF still needs the info. He was planning on implementing an IO-LOSSAGE
handler for Franz Lisp. Do any of you have any info on the following?
Date: 15-Oct-82 11:14:44-PDT (Fri)
Subject: io lossage
In-Reply-To: Your message of 12 October 1982 05:26-EDT
I am trying to figure out if what you do is possible in Franz Lisp.
Our error system is easy to describe (see page 10-2 of the Franz manual).
An error hander can be activated on i/o type errors and it can print
the appropriate message on file not found errors, but it cannot say:
pop to next errset, but don't print any message because I've already
printed something. [actually based on the implementation of errsets,
I know a way it could be done, but there is no documented method
of doing it]
how does maclisp do this? Does the 'errset' never print a message,
and some error handler function always print the message?