condition-utils

SRFI 12 Condition Utilities

  1. condition-utils
  2. Documentation
    1. Argument Conventions
    2. Usage
    3. make-condition+
    4. make-condition-predicate
    5. make-condition-property-accessor
    6. condition-irritants
    7. write-condition
    8. condition-predicate*
    9. condition-property-accessor*
    10. EXN Condition Library
    11. Usage
    12. make-exn-condition
    13. make-exn-condition+
    14. write-exn-condition
      1. exn-condition?
      2. exn-location
      3. exn-message
      4. exn-arguments
      5. exn-call-chain
    15. Standard Condition Library
      1. Usage
      2. Condition Predicates
        1. arity-condition?
        2. type-condition?
        3. arithmetic-condition?
        4. i/o-condition?
        5. file-condition?
        6. network-condition?
        7. network-timeout-condition?
        8. bounds-condition?
        9. runtime-condition?
        10. runtime-limit-condition?
        11. runtime-cycle-condition?
        12. match-condition?
        13. syntax-condition?
        14. process-condition?
        15. access-condition?
        16. domain-condition?
        17. memory-condition?
    16. HTTP Client Condition Library
      1. Usage
      2. Condition Predicates
        1. http-condition?
        2. client-error-condition?
        3. server-error-condition?
        4. unexpected-server-response-condition?
        5. redirect-depth-exceeded-condition?
        6. unsupported-uri-scheme-condition?
        7. unknown-authtype-condition?
      3. Condition Property Accessors
        1. client-error-response
        2. client-error-body
        3. server-error-response
        4. server-error-body
        5. unexpected-server-response-response
        6. unexpected-server-response-body
        7. redirect-depth-exceeded-uri
        8. formdata-error-condition?
        9. unsupported-uri-scheme-uri-scheme
        10. unsupported-uri-scheme-request-uri
        11. unknown-authtype-authtype
    17. Intarweb Condition Library
      1. Usage
      2. Condition Predicates
        1. http-condition?
        2. urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded?
        3. line-limit-exceeded?
        4. header-error?
        5. header-limit-exceeded?
        6. unknown-protocol-line?
        7. unknown-protocol?
        8. unknown-code?
        9. unknown-status?
        10. rfc1123-subparser?
        11. rfc850-subparser?
        12. asctime-subparser?
        13. http-date-subparser?
        14. unencoded-header?
        15. username-with-colon?
      3. Condition Property Accessors
        1. urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-contents
        2. urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-limit
        3. line-limit-exceeded-contents
        4. line-limit-exceeded-limit
        5. header-error-contents
        6. header-limit-exceeded-contents
        7. header-limit-exceeded-limit
        8. unknown-protocol-line-line
        9. unknown-protocol-major
        10. unknown-protocol-minor
        11. unknown-code-code
        12. unknown-status-status
        13. rfc1123-subparser-value?
        14. rfc850-subparser-value?
        15. asctime-subparser-value?
        16. http-date-subparser-value?
        17. unencoded-header-value?
        18. username-with-colon-value?
  3. Notes
  4. Author
  5. Version history
  6. License

Documentation

Convenience API for constructing common Chicken exception conditions, predicates, and accessors.

Argument Conventions

LOC is a symbol, or #f.

MSG is a string, or #f.

ARGS is a list, or #f.

CALL-CHAIN is the result of (get-call-chain), or #f.

CONDITION is a property-condition.

CONDITION-SPEC is a:

CONDITION
a condition object
symbol
(make-property-condition <symbol>)
list
(apply make-property-condition <list>)

KIND is a symbol.

PROP is a symbol.

Usage

(import condition-utils)

make-condition+

[procedure] (make-condition+ CONDITION-SPEC...) --> property-condition

Returns a composite-condition CONDITION-SPEC....

make-condition-predicate

[syntax] (make-condition-predicate KIND...) --> (procedure (*) boolean)

Returns a condition-predicate for KIND....

make-condition-property-accessor

[syntax] (make-condition-property-accessor KIND PROP [DEFAULT]) --> (procedure (*) boolean)

Returns a condition-property-accessor for KIND PROP. The default value of DEFAULT is #f.

condition-irritants

[procedure] (condition-irritants CONDITION) --> list

Returns a list of the condition properties for the condition CONDITION. The form of the list, alist vs. plist, is dependent on the result of the system procedure condition->list.

CHICKEN 4
alist
CHICKEN 5
plist

The properties are without associated condition information.

write-condition

[procedure] (write-condition CONDITION [PORT (current-output-port) [HEADER "Error"]])

Produces on PORT the form:

Error: <condition-kind>: <condition-property> ...

   +: <condition-kind>: <condition-property> ...
      ... for a composite condition ...

condition-predicate*

[procedure] (condition-predicate* KIND) --> (* -> boolean : condition)

Returns a "memoized" condition-predicate for KIND.

condition-property-accessor*

[procedure] (condition-property-accessor* KIND PROP [DEFAULT #f]) --> (condition --> *)

Returns a "memoized" condition-property-accessor for KIND.

EXN Condition Library

Usage

(import exn-condition)

make-exn-condition

[procedure] (make-exn-condition [LOC [MSG [ARGS [CALL-CHAIN]]]]) --> property-condition

Returns an exn property-condition with optional location, arguments, and call-chain property values.

Defaults:

LOC
missing
MSG
"unknown"
ARGS
missing
CALL-CHAIN
missing

Will always include message property in the property-condition.

make-exn-condition+

[procedure] (make-exn-condition+ LOC MSG ARGS [CALL-CHAIN] [CONDITION-SPEC...]) --> property-condition

Returns a composite-condition exn CONDITION-SPEC....

When one-of LOC, MSG, or ARGS is without a useful value in the error context use #f as the actual argument. The optional CALL-CHAIN argument is detected by structure.

When MSG is #f the value "unknown" is used.

write-exn-condition

[procedure] (write-exn-condition CONDITION [PORT (current-output-port) [HEADER "Error" [CHAIN-HEADER "\n\tCall history:\n"]]])

Produces on PORT the form:

Error: (<location - if any>) <message - if any>: <arguments - if any>

   +: <condition-kind>: <condition-property> ...
      ... for a composite condition ...
      Call history:
      <call-chain>

The call-chain may not be available.

exn-condition?
[procedure] (exn-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
exn-location
[procedure] (exn-location CONDITION) --> *
exn-message
[procedure] (exn-message CONDITION) --> *
exn-arguments
[procedure] (exn-arguments CONDITION) --> *
exn-call-chain
[procedure] (exn-call-chain CONDITION) --> *

Standard Condition Library

Usage

(import standard-conditions)

Condition Predicates

arity-condition?
[procedure] (arity-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
type-condition?
[procedure] (type-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
arithmetic-condition?
[procedure] (arithmetic-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
i/o-condition?
[procedure] (i/o-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
file-condition?
[procedure] (file-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
network-condition?
[procedure] (network-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
network-timeout-condition?
[procedure] (network-timeout-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
bounds-condition?
[procedure] (bounds-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
runtime-condition?
[procedure] (runtime-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
runtime-limit-condition?
[procedure] (runtime-limit-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
runtime-cycle-condition?
[procedure] (runtime-cycle-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
match-condition?
[procedure] (match-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
syntax-condition?
[procedure] (syntax-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
process-condition?
[procedure] (process-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
access-condition?
[procedure] (access-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
domain-condition?
[procedure] (domain-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
memory-condition?
[procedure] (memory-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean

HTTP Client Condition Library

Usage

(import http-client-conditions)

Condition Predicates

http-condition?
[procedure] (http-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
client-error-condition?
[procedure] (client-error-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
server-error-condition?
[procedure] (server-error-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
unexpected-server-response-condition?
[procedure] (unexpected-server-response-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
redirect-depth-exceeded-condition?
[procedure] (redirect-depth-exceeded-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
unsupported-uri-scheme-condition?
[procedure] (unsupported-uri-scheme-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
unknown-authtype-condition?
[procedure] (unknown-authtype-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean

Condition Property Accessors

client-error-response
[procedure] (client-error-response CONDITION) --> *
client-error-body
[procedure] (client-error-body CONDITION) --> *
server-error-response
[procedure] (server-error-response CONDITION) --> *
server-error-body
[procedure] (server-error-body CONDITION) --> *
unexpected-server-response-response
[procedure] (unexpected-server-response-response CONDITION) --> *
unexpected-server-response-body
[procedure] (unexpected-server-response-body CONDITION) --> *
redirect-depth-exceeded-uri
[procedure] (redirect-depth-exceeded-uri CONDITION) --> *
formdata-error-condition?
[procedure] (formdata-error-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
unsupported-uri-scheme-uri-scheme
[procedure] (unsupported-uri-scheme-uri-scheme CONDITION) --> *
unsupported-uri-scheme-request-uri
[procedure] (unsupported-uri-scheme-request-uri CONDITION) --> *
unknown-authtype-authtype
[procedure] (unknown-authtype-authtype CONDITION) --> *

Intarweb Condition Library

Usage

(import intarweb-conditions)

Condition Predicates

http-condition?
[procedure] (http-condition? CONDITION) --> boolean
urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded?
[procedure] (urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded? CONDITION) --> boolean
line-limit-exceeded?
[procedure] (line-limit-exceeded? CONDITION) --> boolean
header-error?
[procedure] (header-error? CONDITION) --> boolean
header-limit-exceeded?
[procedure] (header-limit-exceeded? CONDITION) --> boolean
unknown-protocol-line?
[procedure] (unknown-protocol-line? CONDITION) --> boolean
unknown-protocol?
[procedure] (unknown-protocol? CONDITION) --> boolean
unknown-code?
[procedure] (unknown-code? CONDITION) --> boolean
unknown-status?
[procedure] (unknown-status? CONDITION) --> boolean
rfc1123-subparser?
[procedure] (rfc1123-subparser? CONDITION) --> boolean
rfc850-subparser?
[procedure] (rfc850-subparser? CONDITION) --> boolean
asctime-subparser?
[procedure] (asctime-subparser? CONDITION) --> boolean
http-date-subparser?
[procedure] (http-date-subparser? CONDITION) --> boolean
unencoded-header?
[procedure] (unencoded-header? CONDITION) --> boolean
username-with-colon?
[procedure] (username-with-colon? CONDITION) --> boolean

Condition Property Accessors

urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-contents
[procedure] (urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-contents CONDITION) --> *
urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-limit
[procedure] (urlencoded-request-data-limit-exceeded-limit CONDITION) --> *
line-limit-exceeded-contents
[procedure] (line-limit-exceeded-contents CONDITION) --> *
line-limit-exceeded-limit
[procedure] (line-limit-exceeded-limit CONDITION) --> *
header-error-contents
[procedure] (header-error-contents CONDITION) --> *
header-limit-exceeded-contents
[procedure] (header-limit-exceeded-contents CONDITION) --> *
header-limit-exceeded-limit
[procedure] (header-limit-exceeded-limit CONDITION) --> *
unknown-protocol-line-line
[procedure] (unknown-protocol-line-line CONDITION) --> *
unknown-protocol-major
[procedure] (unknown-protocol-major CONDITION) --> *
unknown-protocol-minor
[procedure] (unknown-protocol-minor CONDITION) --> *
unknown-code-code
[procedure] (unknown-code-code CONDITION) --> *
unknown-status-status
[procedure] (unknown-status-status CONDITION) --> *
rfc1123-subparser-value?
[procedure] (rfc1123-subparser-value? CONDITION) --> boolean
rfc850-subparser-value?
[procedure] (rfc850-subparser-value? CONDITION) --> boolean
asctime-subparser-value?
[procedure] (asctime-subparser-value? CONDITION) --> boolean
http-date-subparser-value?
[procedure] (http-date-subparser-value? CONDITION) --> boolean
unencoded-header-value?
[procedure] (unencoded-header-value? CONDITION) --> boolean
username-with-colon-value?
[procedure] (username-with-colon-value? CONDITION) --> boolean

Notes

Author

Kon Lovett

Version history

2.1.0
CHICKEN 5 release.
1.5.1
Fix for empty call-chain.
1.5.0
Add types.
1.4.2
Fix #1378
1.4.1
Fix write-exn-condition call-chain header duplication.
1.4.0
Add HEADER to write-exn-condition & write-condition. Add CHAIN-HEADER to write-exn-condition. Follow error form more closely.
1.3.0
write-exn-condition now includes all elements of a composite-condition. Added write-condition.
1.2.0
amended write-exn-condition, add doc for condition libraries.
1.1.1
added write-exn-condition
1.1.0
added make-exn-condition
1.0.4
default exn msg
1.0.3
added call-chain argument & standard conditions
1.0.2
Fix for ticket #630
1.0.1
1.0.0
Hello (from "check-errors:1.11.0")

License

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