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Hi monks,

I am trying to use try catch from Try::Tiny module to catch and exception class object.

use Try::Tiny; use Exception::Class ( 'MyException', 'Commands' => { isa => 'MyException' }, 'Timeout' => { isa => 'Commands', description => 'These exceptions are resulted from running t +he naviseccli commands' } ); try{ MyException->throw( error => 'I feel funny. custom string based on +error' ) ; } catch{ my $e=$_; if ( $e == Exception::Class->caught('MyException') ) { warn $e->error, "\n", $e->trace->as_string, "\n"; warn join ' ', $e->euid, $e->egid, $e->uid, $e->gid, $e->pid, $e +->time; #exit; } };

I see that try did not throw the error. Any ideas why?. Try::Tiny documentation says that $_ should contain the error. Is try of Try::Tiny module capable of throwing exception class object and can it be stored in $_?

I do not want to use die in the try block because I do not want the program to exit but retry after some time or for some exceptions just ignore them after printing a log message.

Thanks in advance!

In reply to Using Tiny::try with exception class by perlbaski

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