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Requestors: comdog <brian.d.foy [at] gmail.com>
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Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2017 16:05:43 -0500
To: rakudobug [...] perl.org
From: brian d foy <brian.d.foy [...] gmail.com>
Subject: Should an unknown encoding throw X::IO instead of X::AdHoc?
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I was playing with encodings for spurt. I wanted to output some Turkish text, failed, and got an X::AdHoc exception. Should that be X::IO, or maybe something else? my $file = 'encoding_test.txt'; my $path = $*SPEC.catfile( $*SPEC.tmpdir, $file ); put "path is $path"; put "İstanbul is not Constantinople" if 'İstanbul' ne 'Constantinople'; #spurt $path, 'İstanbul', enc => 'latin9'; #spurt $path, 'İstanbul', enc => 'latin-9'; spurt $path, 'İstanbul', enc => 'iso-8859-9'; CATCH { put "Caught {.^name}: {.message}"; } I get: Caught X::AdHoc: Unknown string encoding: 'iso-8859-9' I figured that the encoding wouldn't be found because it's not listed in /src/core/Rakudo/Internals.pm in the $encodings associative even though it looks like there is a passthrough as the last resort. I did not suss out who actually throws this exception.


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