Structured. Warnings. Now.
by Daniel Berger
I find Ruby's current warning system, if you can call it that, lacking. Warnings are controlled by the -W flag on the command line, and are generated via the Kernel#warn method within code. There are a host of problems with this approach to warnings.
In Perl, warnings can be disabled lexically like this:
I really like your proposal, so I started implementing it.
|I agree. This looks like a great idea. I never quite understood why warnings were fundamentally different from exceptions --which, btw, makes me wonder if this could actually be implemented piggy-back on top of the exception system somehow?|
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