I tried using an
assert in some code I'm testing:
areEquivalent is a possibly throwing predicate parameter. The compiler complained about the auto-closure being throwing, and there was nowhere for the "
try" to go (neither before the "areEquivalent" nor "assert"). I finally did:
assert((try? areEquivalent(tortoiseSecond, hareSecond)) == true)
Is this the best workaround? Should there be some variant of
assert that handles this better? (A throw should work either like a
false, with possibly a different message, or by re-throwing the error.)