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Uses die() rather than croak() #5

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xover opened this Issue Mar 23, 2012 · 1 comment

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@xover
xover commented Mar 23, 2012

It looks like Chart::Clicker fairly consistently uses warn()/die() rather than carp()/croak() to signal failure. This makes Perl emit a location for the error from Chart::Clicker's perspective, rather that from the caller's perspective, which makes debugging much harder.

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gphat commented Dec 13, 2012

Patches are welcome for such things, but I have no intention at the moment of changing this.

@gphat gphat closed this Dec 13, 2012
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