Executes a body of code across action lists and items, signaling errors and then continuing to the next action item.
with-action-item-error-handling action-list-var action-item-var ignore-errors-p &body body
A body of Lisp code.
with-action-item-error-handling executes the body with action-list-var and action-item-var are bound to the action list and item respectively. If ignore-errors-p is set to
t then errors are handled. The behavior of the handler is to signal a warning in which the action-list, item and original error are all reported; execution then continues with the next action-item.
(defun my-execution-function (the-action-list
(apply (car action-item-data) other-args (cdr action-item-data)))))
If this function was invoked with the keyword argument
:ignore-errors-p t, and an error was signaled while executing the body-form(s) for one of the action-items, then a warning such as:
Warning: Got an error 'The variable *PREV-STATE* is
unbound.' while executing action "Initialize State" in list "Startup Inits".
would be signaled and execution would continue with the next action-item.
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015