This library provides a way to report exceptions with one easy method call: Reporter.report(); This project is an attempt to discourage programmers from swallowing exceptions by making it easy to report a caught exception and move on.
Reporter can be configured to print errors to the console or present a nice, clean error dialog in Swing. In either case, it attempts to report the exception in a way that can be understood by users, offer some helpful suggestions, and also make the stack trace available for programmers to debug their projects.
The Noexceptions.jar file is also excecutable; running it directly with java -jar Noexceptions.jar will run a demo of it detecting various exceptions.
The Javadoc documentation is here. You can also download the jar file here. The jar file will need noexceptions.xml to be in the working directory in order to run correctly.
Suggestions, bug reports, and code submissions are welcome.
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