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From "Juozas Baliuka" <>
Subject Re: [Lang] Generic interface for handling exceptions
Date Wed, 31 Jul 2002 19:05:03 GMT
pattern project is good place for this interface.
> > I dunno, I use exception callbacks all the time, in a variety of
> > (particularly the JavaBeans runtime exception handling I mentioned
> > So I thought it'd be a useful addition.
> I think it's a good idea, but it raises questions concerning
> Commons.Lang's purpose.
> We have a lot of projects in Commons now, all of which use similar
> patterns. It would be very very cool if we could get all these similar
> patterns to obey a Jakarta Commons set of interfaces/types. So whenever
> there is a NullIterator or EmptyIterator, it implements the Null
> interface.
> While a collection of marker interfaces is not necessarily a pattern, i've
> been thinking that the Commons.Patterns project is a lot closer to
> handling this cross-project standardisation than Lang is. Possibly another
> project would be needed. Stephen Colebourne has been tackling a similar
> issue with transformers/filters/[something else], trying to get them to
> all implement a common interface structure. He's away at the moment, but
> would seem to have an important view on this all.
> Hen
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