Promises: final steps
domenic at domenicdenicola.com
Thu Sep 5 09:04:29 PDT 2013
From: Kevin Smith [zenparsing at gmail.com]
> Indeed, for a non-GUI embedding like Node, they *must* be debuggable using just a console.
This is an important point. A provisional idea that preserves our desire to not introduce new features to promises themselves, requiring user choice at authoring time, might be some kind of `console.unhandledRejections()` function which returns you a snapshot of the current unhandled rejections bucket.
> Another option is a static method which takes a promise and throws rejections ala done:
I find these kind of things confusing. RSVP did something similar, introducing
RSVP.rethrow = r => setImmediate(() => throw r);
so that you write
somePromise.then(...).catch(RSVP.rethrow); // actually RSVP uses `fail`.
It's not clear to me why this, or your `Promise.throw`, is better than
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