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Re: [Scheme-reports] 6.11 Exceptions

Aaron W. Hsu scripsit:

> If you want to talk about errors, then we should really talk about
> error taxonomies. In there, even despite having a RAISE-CONTINUABLE
> primitive, it may make sense to have a sort of error that explicitly
> marks itself as "continuable."

I strongly believe that it does not.  The content of a condition is set
by the entity that knows its nature, which is not the same entity that
reports it to the exception system.

[W]hen I wrote it I was more than a little              John Cowan
febrile with foodpoisoning from an antique carrot       cowan@x
that I foolishly ate out of an illjudged faith          http://ccil.org/~cowan
in the benignancy of vegetables.  --And Rosta

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