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Showing that nodeJS domains do not catch synchronous errors. Hence the common practice is to enclose them in process.nextTick()
var domain = require("domain");
var d = domain.create();
d.on("error", function() {
console.log("domain caught");
});
try {
d.run(function() {
process.nextTick(function() {
throw new Error("foo");
});
});
} catch (err) {
console.log("try/catch caught");
}
// result: domain caught
var domain = require("domain");
var d = domain.create();
d.on("error", function() {
console.log("domain caught");
});
try {
d.run(function() {
throw new Error("foo");
});
} catch (err) {
console.log("try/catch caught");
}
// result: try/catch caught
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