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Like .tap in Bluebird, but for errors. Sees errors, but doesn't catch them. Handy when you want to peek at errors, but want to do the actual error handling elsewhere.


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A simple example:

var Promise = require("bluebird");
var tapError = require("bluebird-tap-error");

Promise.try(function() {
	return someBrokenAsyncThing();
}).catch(tapError(function(err) {
	console.log("We saw an error!", err);
})).catch(function(err) {
	/* The actual error handling goes here. */



Wrap an error handling function in this function to make it tap into errors.

If an error occurred, it will be received by func (like it would happen for a normal .catch). The error is passed through as-is so that it can be handled elsewhere.

Any return value from this callback is ignored - including when the return value is a rejected Promise. You can only look at the error, and nothing else.

  • func: The callback to use.