June 29, 2005
Sean Kelly wrote:
> I did this a while back in Ares, and I can think of one one reason
> for keeping print() in place: it facilitates displaying meaningful
> error messages when exceptions are thrown in an out of memory
> condition.  But were this sufficient reason to keep it, I'd vote for
> moving it into Exception and dropping it from Object.

Further to the discussion we've just had, even if there is a reason to
keep it, there's no reason it should remain in its current form.  As I
said in my original post:

>> The problem is that Object.print gives the application no control over what to output to.


My e-mail is valid but not my primary mailbox.  Please keep replies on
the 'group where everyone may benefit.
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