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“Talk Amongst Yourselves” #3

The Oracle at Delphi – So far we’ve had “Testing synchronization primitives” and “Writing a ‘self-monitoring’ thread-pool.” Let’s build on those topics, and discuss what to do with exceptions that occur within a scheduled work item within a thread pool. My view is that exceptions should be caught and held for later inspection, or re-raised at some synchronization point. What do you think should happen to the exceptions? Should they silently disappear, tear-down the entire application, or should some mechanism be in place to allow the programmer to decide what to do with them? Share This | Email this page to a friend
Favorite? Off-Topic? Allen Bauer @ 2010-04-08 00:31

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