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- Subject: menu-debugger.lisp
- From: Bill Long <wjl@MEDG.LCS.MIT.EDU>
- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1993 15:11-0400
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1993 13:57 EDT
From: email@example.com (Jon L White)
re: I am now porting the system to Lucid and am missing greatly the
function catch-errors or some equivalent from the Lucid implementation.
So would a satisfactory replacement for CATCH-ERRORS be simply what
Keunen suggested? a handler-case on condition ERROR around your
-- JonL --
That reminds me that I only checked the Lucid documentation and Common
Lisp 1st ed. I just looked at Common Lisp 2nd ed and found
ignore-errors, which does the same thing as catch-errors (module
dissecting the condition structure). Thus, the basic machinery for
intercepting errors is available.
Thanks for the response.