Christian Theune wrote:
> I'd like to suggest a redesign of the IReRaiseException.
> I found this when reviewing revision 103682 and stumbled over the naming
> of the interfaces and that the interface only mentions a __call__ to
> retrieve a fact.
> IMHO this pattern smells like we should design an interface like this:
> class IPublisherExceptionInfo(Interface):
> reraise = Attribute('A boolean indicating whether '
> 'this exceptionshould be reraised')
> Advantage: I find it much easier to read from a conceptual level.
> Disadvantage: Composition of policy by bundling *many* attributes in
> this way will be harder.
This would be an interface on exceptions, right? Would it try to adapt
exceptions raised to IPublisherExceptionInfo and if successful look at
this attribute? So an exception can either implement this interface
directly, or you could register an adapter for exceptions?
In general I'm fine with modifying this behavior on trunk. We also
backported this behavior to the 3.4 line of zope.publisher so we can use
it with Grok, which on zope.publisher 3.4.9. I suggest we maintain the
current behavior in zope.publisher 3.4 but I'm fine with changing the
behavior of the trunk. When we upgrade to that version we can make the
necessary adjustments in Grok too.
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