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[Bug 21740] Guidance on DOMError and promises

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Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2013 22:46:45 +0000
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Arun <arun@mozilla.com> changed:

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--- Comment #4 from Arun <arun@mozilla.com> ---
Actually, I'm not sure I agree with Comment 3.  Why not use DOMError with the
reject path of a Promise?  It allows implementations to encapsulate meaningful
errors, so that within the reject path, you can take action.  

If the counsel is to throw instead with DOMException, then that creates more
try-catch style code, which, alongside Promises, is a bit of a pain.

So this brings me back to my first question: why not use DOMError?

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