Index of exceptions


C
Canceled [Lwt]

Canceled threads fails with this exception

Channel_closed [Lwt_io]

Exception raised when a channel is closed.

Closed [Lwt_stream]

Exception raised by the push function of a push-stream when pushing an element after the end of stream (= None) have been pushed.


E
Empty [Lwt_stream]

Exception raised when trying to retreive data from an empty stream.

Empty [Lwt_sequence]

Exception raised by take_l and tale_s and when the sequence is empty


F
Full [Lwt_stream]

Exception raised by the push function of a bounded push-stream when the stream queue is full and a thread is already waiting to push an element.


L
Logger_closed [Lwt_log_core]

Exception raised when trying to use a closed logger


N
Not_available [Lwt_sys]

Not_available(feature) is an exception that may be raised when a feature is not available on the current system.


O
Off [Lwt_switch]

Exception raised when trying to add a hook to a switch that is already off.


R
Retry [Lwt_unix]

If an action raises Lwt_unix.​Retry, it will be requeued until the file descriptor becomes readable/writable again.

Retry_read [Lwt_unix]

If an action raises Lwt_unix.​Retry_read, it will be requeued until the file descriptor becomes readable.

Retry_write [Lwt_unix]

If an action raises Lwt_unix.​Retry_read, it will be requeued until the file descriptor becomes writables.


T
Timeout [Lwt_unix]

Exception raised by timeout operations