On 2020-02-07 6:05 p.m., Ram Rachum
of which 2 and 3 are personal opinions.
I think that your suggestion is identical to Shai's. It
would be good, but unfortunately it has the 3 problems I
raised in my email from an hour ago.
(for 2: you can just use a function. I'd consider that "explicit
my point is tho: if your code implicitly raises during exception
handling, that's likely a bug in your code. if it explicitly raises
instead, that's likely intended instead. having the language reflect
that would be useful IMO regardless of backwards compatibility