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- Subject: RE: LUA and C++...
- From: "Eric Ries" <eries@...>
- Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 13:10:04 -0700
This looks very cool. I am going to attempt to get it installed on my C++
One question I have for the list in general, on this subject:
I've been considering implementing a "long return" function, that would take
advantage of the try/catch nature of Lua to allow you to return a value (not
just an error code) to the same context as a lua_error() call would take
you. This would allow you to short-circuit a running execution context to
return to the original caller sooner, which can on occaision be a very handy
Does anyone have suggestions on how this can/should be implemented? Would
this be useful to anyone else? Should I implement it using Michael's new
try/catch C++ features?
Comments, quesitons, suggestions welcome...
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> Subject: Re: LUA and C++...
> > I'll throw in my two cents: I'd love to see this as well!
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