[<<][c][>>][..]Wed Jul 28 08:01:22 CEST 2010
I notices an interesting pattern: because error codes are not real exceptions, they do not have a clear identity. I.e. an error code obtained from a different framework probably needs to be translated before it is returned up the chain. In C, it seems to be best to keep a single error namespace for all errors in a single module to avoid multiple translations.