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From jeking3 <>
Subject [GitHub] thrift issue #1240: return full error message when exception happens
Date Mon, 10 Apr 2017 12:50:04 GMT
Github user jeking3 commented on the issue:
    In a project I work on that uses thrift, the company maintains a set of patches they pull
(mostly from master, where defects have been fixed on top of 0.10.0) that they need to ship
something that works for them.  If you need to change the core exception handling behavior
for your project, you can always do so in your own release engineering workflow regardless
of whether a patch gets accepted and merged upstream.  That said, you are always welcome to
submit a patch, certainly.  There may be other folks who use thrift who would want the same
option, perhaps for standing up a new service for internal QA and getting more rapid identification
of issues during testing.

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