Subject Re: [Firebird-Architect] Error Reporting in New API
Author Dimitry Sibiryakov
On 16 Feb 2005 at 7:47, Jim Starkey wrote:

>Dimitry, I don't think you are nearly as dumb as you pretend to be. I
>think you are throwing smoke and ridicule at something to wish to stop
>but not have the technical arguments to do so. I will continue to
>respond to your foolishness because it has educational merit for other
>people. But let's neither of us be under any illusions that your
>silly arguments have any bearing on the serious questions at hand.

Jim, believe me, I'm really dullish in OOD (especially your OOD),
and I really don't understand the idea behind your error-handling
But it looks like others take our wrangles too seriously (I hope
you do not) so I shut up.
Just a last sting: I see you are strongly set on your error
reporting idea. No problem - implement it in your beloved sandbox
called Vulcan. If it is really good, Firebird will borrow it.

>> Then, normal exception throwing-catching may work because all this
>>will happened in one solid module, no?
>Read Nickolay's post. He explained it rather well.

AFAIR Nikolay's post is related to real API, when functions are
used from thrid-party applications and different languages/compilers.
SY, Dimitry Sibiryakov.