[C++-sig] Pyste exception handlers

Nicodemus nicodemus at esss.com.br
Wed Jun 9 01:15:17 CEST 2004

Hi Paul,

paul.bridger wrote:

> Nicodemus,
> How would you recommend exception handler registration be implemented 
> in Pyste?
> A problem here would be what to do in the differing cases of:
> - building a single pyste file into a module
> : in this case specifying exception handlers in the pyste file is 
> sufficient
> - building many pyste files into a single module
> : in this case you probably want exception handlers to be specified in 
> a module-level file, or perhaps you could put them in an arbitrary 
> pyste file
> I think Pyste has some deficiencies in organising modules from 
> multiple files. It is wonderful that this can be done, but I don't 
> like that so much has to be specified on the command-line (and that 
> the meaning of command-line options changes depending on --multiple or 
> not).
> I think a better organisation would involve a module-level file, which 
> could then contain such things as exception handlers. This would also 
> make building modules out of several pyste files cleaner. (A 
> disadvantage is that it expands the scope of the tool into something 
> of a build tool).
> What do others think?

I'm not ignoring you, it's just that I haven't found time to answer this 
message... I hope I will be to answer it in the next few days.


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