From: Ville Voutilainen <ville.voutilainen@gm...> - 2008-08-04 10:26:56
> If you're not afraid to code to the internals of ABCL (they're not
> that fast moving), I have a function called "safeFuncall" which
> catches any uncaught conditions and raises them as Java exceptions of
> type "ConditionThrowable".
Sounds interesting. Is this code in ABCL cvs or just something
external you implemented?
> Exactly. Want to have the code? Or maybe I should suggest adding this
> code to the LispObject implementation?
Yes, if you can post the code I'd be interested in looking at it and probably
using it, too. The idea of adding it to LispObject sounds good too, since
some people use LispObject for invoking lisp code. I am personally more
inclined to use Interpreter, since I deal with code that has quite a bit
of macros. Anyway, having LispObject throw java-exceptions on uncaught
conditions is IMHO very useful. I wouldn't modify Interpreter to do the