From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-08-23 10:53:12
At 10:32 PM +1000 8/23/06, Martin Slater wrote:
> >[ Note that this is not a rejection of Unicode, but rather a separation of
>>the error being detected and thrown and the creation of an error message ]
>Absolutely agree with this but one use case for unicode is attaching the
>possibly unicode filename of a failing file operation.
Yes, that's a good case.
But, you've already got some object/data structure that describes the
[ A path, or something ]
Attach _that_ to the exception, and Bob's your uncle.
Personally, I think that the ".what ()" field in the exception is an
No one is going to show that string to end users.
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