By Peter A. Buhr, Roy Krischer (auth.), Christophe Dony, Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen, Alexander Romanovsky, Anand Tripathi (eds.)
Modern software program structures have gotten extra advanced in lots of methods and are having to deal with more and more irregular events which, in flip, are more and more complicated to deal with. Exception dealing with is an important a part of software program and procedure architectures and an important aspect within the tool-set that permits the construction of resilient, powerful and secure software program structures. ECOOP workshops on exception dealing with have been held in 2003 and 2005. This e-book is essentially an final result of those occasions - a number of workshop individuals in addition to a couple of different major researchers within the box have been invited to give a contribution a bankruptcy each.
This booklet consists of 5 components; the 1st 4 take care of subject matters on the topic of exception dealing with within the context of programming languages, concurrency and working structures, pervasive computing structures, and requisites and necessities. The final half specializes in case experiences, experimentation and qualitative comparisons. The sixteen coherently written chapters through major researchers properly tackle quite a lot of concerns in exception handling.
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In the next section, we describe a language 32 W. Weimer mechanism that makes it easy to do the right thing: all of the bugs presented here could have been avoided using our proposed language extension. 6 Compensation Stacks Based on existing mistakes and coding practices, we propose a language extension where program actions and interfaces are annotated with compensations, which are closures containing arbitrary code. At run-time, these compensations are stored in ﬁrst-class stacks. Compensation stacks can be thought of as generalized destructors, but we emphasize that they can be used to execute arbitrary code and not just call functions upon object destruction.
1 Compensation stacks are ﬁrst-class objects that store closures. They may be passed to methods or stored in object ﬁelds. The Java language syntax is extended to allow arbitrary closures to be pushed onto compensation stacks. These closures are later executed in a last-in, ﬁrst-out order. Closures may be run “early” by the programmer, but are usually run when a stack-allocated compensation stack goes out of scope or when a heap-allocated compensation stack is ﬁnalized. 2 When a compensation terminates (either normally or exceptionally), it is removed from the compensation stack.
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Advanced Topics in Exception Handling Techniques by Peter A. Buhr, Roy Krischer (auth.), Christophe Dony, Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen, Alexander Romanovsky, Anand Tripathi (eds.)