By Peter A. Buhr, Roy Krischer (auth.), Christophe Dony, Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen, Alexander Romanovsky, Anand Tripathi (eds.)
Modern software program platforms have gotten extra complicated in lots of methods and are having to deal with progressively more irregular events which, in flip, are more and more complicated to address. Exception dealing with is an important a part of software program and method architectures and an important point within the tool-set that permits the development of resilient, powerful and secure software program platforms. ECOOP workshops on exception dealing with have been held in 2003 and 2005. This booklet is basically an final result of those occasions - numerous workshop individuals in addition to a couple of different prime researchers within the box have been invited to give a contribution a bankruptcy each.
This publication consists of 5 components; the 1st 4 care for issues on the topic of exception dealing with within the context of programming languages, concurrency and working platforms, pervasive computing platforms, and necessities and necessities. The final half makes a speciality of case reviews, experimentation and qualitative comparisons. The sixteen coherently written chapters by way of top researchers properly handle quite a lot of concerns in exception handling.
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In Section 6 we propose the compensation stack as a language feature. We describe our implementation in Section 7 and our type system in Section 8. In Section 9 we report on experiments in which we apply compensation stacks to error-handling in real programs in order to improve reliability. 2 Handling Exceptional Situations in Practice The goal of an exception handler is program- and situation-speciﬁc. For example, a networked program may handle a transmission exception by attempting to resend a packet.
10 Conclusion Software reliability remains an important and expensive issue. This chapter presents an approach for addressing a certain class of software reliability problems. We focus on exceptional situations, an aspect of software reliability that remains under-investigated. First, we presented a static dataﬂow analysis for ﬁnding bugs in how programs deal with important resources in the presence of exceptional situations. The ﬂowsensitive, context-insensitive analysis scales well to large programs.
We use a Java-speciﬁc fault model  to construct a control-ﬂow graph where method invocations can raise declared checked exceptions. We chose Java because experiments show that its exceptions and run-time errors are correlated  and because method signatures include exception information. The analysis itself is language-independent. It is pathsensitive because we want to consider control ﬂow and because the abstract 26 W. , “opened” or “closed”) depends on control ﬂow. It is intraprocedural for scalability.
Advanced Topics in Exception Handling Techniques by Peter A. Buhr, Roy Krischer (auth.), Christophe Dony, Jørgen Lindskov Knudsen, Alexander Romanovsky, Anand Tripathi (eds.)