[boulder.pm] error handling
nagler at bivio.biz
Mon Feb 4 11:37:44 CST 2002
> Huh. I don't call die, but rather the exeunt() function does an
> 'exit 0' when it's done all the notifying I want it to. I hope that
> was "obvious" to everyone following along.
We seem to be talking apples and oranges. We use mod_perl, where you
should never call exit. I imagine this is just the opposite case with
> There are SO many tools out there, and we don't all have the time
> to check out each one of them, regardless of good intentions.
It would seem to depend on what you're doing. We have a policy of
never calling exit, even for command line utilities. The only way to
exit cleanly is to return from the main subroutine. This is very
specific to bOP.
I would think you would have to adhere to whatever policies your
framework requires. Most frameworks I've seen define error handling
Sorry for the non-answer...
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