On Sun, Aug 24, 2008 at 11:12 PM, Dennis Schridde <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Aside of that I think we could add a out-of-memory "handler", or some more
> generic way of handling the most common errors.
> Why? So we can inform the user in a nicer manner than "application X was
> terminated in an unusual way". (Console output now, maybe error popup windows
> later.)

<per> and why should we terminate if we run out of memory, if we can
recover and continue?
<devurandom> Obviously we should not.
<devurandom> I.e. the map-loading example: Return to mainmenu is
totally sufficient there.
<per> yes
<per> make sure it asserts early in debug-builds, program defensively
for non-debug builds...
<devurandom> Yep.
<per> maybe we should add that to commit guidelines

  - Per

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