On Thu, 26 Feb 2009, Timothy S. Nelson wrote:

My suggested solution would be to change $! to an exception container object. But then we have to use it in the implicit given in the CATCH block. If we used an any() Junction, would that do what we want?


Ok, Moritz told me on IRC that this won't work. My next suggestion is to have @! be an array that replaces $! completely (freeing it up for $!foo things), and then have the CATCH block implicitly do:

given(any(@!)) {
        ...
}

        :)


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