On 18-Dec-03, at 10:33 AM, Frank Bitterlich wrote:
Not sure, but I think at the point where the constructor is executed,
window instance exists (= is non-NIL), so an exception raised there
fall back into this method, but the window instance would remain
guess. But as I said, I'm not sure about that.
I agree that the window itself should be non-nil, but if there's an
exception being raised in the constructor the program could bail before
the constructor actually finishes.
Would be consistent with the sort of behavior he's seeing I think.
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