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|Wed, Mar 13 2019 2:37 PM||Permanent Link|
Is there an equivalent to Abort in EWB? Something that stops the current execution stack, but raises no error dialog or anything?
|Wed, Mar 13 2019 3:02 PM||Permanent Link|
Matthew Jones wrote:
> Is there an equivalent to Abort in EWB? Something that stops the current execution stack, but raises no error dialog or anything?
Related to this, I don't think Exceptions work as documented.
EAbortException = Exception;
// this is output as: throw new ("");
// including this stops the output of the loader:
if (Sender is EAbortException) then
Not really a problem - I'll include a magic string in the normal exception, but the manual implies this should work, I think.
|Thu, Mar 21 2019 11:39 AM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< Related to this, I don't think Exceptions work as documented. >>
in the red box:
I'll revisit this with EWB 3 and see if the current crop of browsers has improved at all.
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