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Wed Jul 11 14:38:45 BST 2007
On 7/11/07, Otávio Fernandes <otaviof at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/11/07, Dave Cross <dave at dave.org.uk> wrote:
> > (I apologise in advance for the on-topic nature of this mail)
> > A couple of years ago, I can remember sitting in Fotango's office
> > listening to Mark Fowler give an interesting talk about the various
> > Perl exception handling modules. As I recall it ended by saying they
> > all had their faults which is why he had written another one.
> > We're currently contemplating changing the exception handling for the
> > project I'm maintaining and Mark's talk would be a good introduction
> > to the issues we need to consider. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to
> > be on the tech talk page on the web site.
> > So, does anyone have either a) a link to that talk or b) an
> > interesting opinion on which exception handlers I should be
> > investigating?
> > Cheers,
> > Dave...
> >  Or is that "off-topic"? I can never remember.
> >  http://london.pm.org/tech_talks/
> > --
> > site: http://dave.org.uk/
> > blog: http://blog.dave.org.uk/
> Hello Dave,
> If you're using a web application, I recommend CGI::Carp, because you
> can write an personalized routine to handle application errors. I my
> case, when my scripts return an error (like an die, or any other
> fail), instead my users view "Internal Server Error" (from Apache),
> they see my error routine build with Carp and CGI ... It's very
> best regards,
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