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Subject Re: Possible incubation?
Date Wed, 08 Apr 2009 10:30:15 GMT
I think it's more valid to look at Jeha as a framework that only handles
what you ask to handle. In the case you describe, if you don't ask Jeha to
handle a certain type of exception, then that exception is simply
propagated up the stack. I don't think it interferes with the method
signature, unless i'm missing something.


> Hi Andre,
> Andre Dantas Rocha wrote at Dienstag, 7. April 2009 14:38:
>> Hi all,
>> This message was originally sent to incubator list, but they suggest to
>> post it here because *maybe* the idea can fit in Commons project.
>> I'm developing a framework called Jeha. The main idea is to provide easy
>> exception description and handling using annotations in methods and
>> classes
>> and some commons handlers. I believe that the  idea is simple, but
>> powerful.
>> The initial code and start guide of framework are here:
> <
>> 931&release_id=650572>
>> 31&release_id=650572
>> I'd like to hear from community if this idea is valuable for a possible
>> incubation.
>> Please let me know your opinion.
> It might be only me, but I see this approach a bit critical. On one hand
> you're right, writing exception code is quite tedious sometimes, but with
> your solution you wipe out any useful method signature regarding exception
> declaration. What happens if I don't wanna handle certain exception types
> or RuntimeException instances? I cannot simply rethrow from the handler.
> - Jörg
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