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package bsh;

	UtilEvalError is an error corresponding to an EvalError but thrown by a 
	utility or other class that does not have the caller context (Node) 
	available to it.  A normal EvalError must supply the caller Node in order 
	for error messages to be pinned to the correct line and location in the 
	script.  UtilEvalError is a checked exception that is *not* a subtype of 
	EvalError, but instead must be caught and rethrown as an EvalError by 
	the a nearest location with context.  The method toEvalError( Node ) 
	should be used to throw the EvalError, supplying the node.

To summarize: Utilities throw UtilEvalError. ASTs throw EvalError. ASTs catch UtilEvalError and rethrow it as EvalError using toEvalError( Node ).

Philosophically, EvalError and UtilEvalError corrospond to RuntimeException. However they are constrained in this way in order to add the context for error reporting. @see UtilTargetError */ public class UtilEvalError extends Exception { protected UtilEvalError() { } public UtilEvalError( String s ) { super(s); } /** Re-throw as an eval error, prefixing msg to the message and specifying the node. If a node already exists the addNode is ignored. @see #setNode( bsh.SimpleNode )

@param msg may be null for no additional message. */ public EvalError toEvalError( String msg, SimpleNode node, CallStack callstack ) { if ( Interpreter.DEBUG ) printStackTrace(); if ( msg == null ) msg = ""; else msg = msg + ": "; return new EvalError( msg+getMessage(), node, callstack ); } public EvalError toEvalError ( SimpleNode node, CallStack callstack ) { return toEvalError( null, node, callstack ); } }

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