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- Subject: Re: 2nd version: try..catch for Lua, now 'finally' supported
- From: "alex.mania@..." <alex.mania@...>
- Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 13:15:36 +0900
On Thu Jan 31 12:00 , 'Hu Qiwei' <firstname.lastname@example.org> sent:
>I've tried the code, it works but the result shows:
>nil 2 3 4
>so I will fix this bug later.
I'd believe that.. it'd be very hard and/or inefficient to get a completely well
behaving try finally.
Also, a very minor bug fix:
) Either link the struct in to the GC (probably easiest method)
) or: Store the try block in local variables on the stack (would also stop the
try block from ever failing due to a memerr)
) or: Put the try structs in to a linked list that's stored with the state.
I could be wrong, but without one of the above being implemented I'm pretty sure
the application leaks memory should a coroutine (that is inside a try block) be
Oh, and sorry about the double post. (the server was giving me a message not
authorized message, and then decided to post both).
Love the patch btw.