[Haskell-cafe] Similarities between web programming and
gcross at phys.washington.edu
Sat Jun 12 18:13:45 EDT 2010
Unless you are using a framework like Twisted, where all potentially blocking operations are handled by passing in a function to be called when the operation is complete, so that the stack trace is non-existent. This way you get both the joy of working with a language where simple mistakes won't be caught automatically until they cause a failure at runtime *and* the joy of not having traces that tell you exactly what led up to an error. Fun times.
Not that I'm bitter... :-)
On Jun 12, 2010, at 2:50 PM, Marc Weber wrote:
> Ruby, Java, PHP, Python.. may win here because you have stack traces.
> However I bet errors are much more likely to happen
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