On 01/08/2013 06:07 PM, Alex Shinn wrote:In that case they're not essential in the *language*. I find singularly
> Continuable and restartable exceptions have a long history in both
> Scheme and Common-Lisp, and if nothing else are essential to
> featureful debuggers.
unpersuasive arguments that we need something in the language because
it is useful to a debugger. A useful debugger has to go beyond the
language. For example a debugger should be able to inspect function-local
and non-exported module variables.
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