Evaluate the receiver; when any exception is signaled exit returning the result of evaluating aBlock; if no exception is raised, return the result of evaluating aBlock when the receiver has ended
Evaluate the receiver; if its execution triggers an unwind which truncates the execution of the block (‘curtails’ the block), evaluate aBlock. The three cases which can curtail the execution of the receiver are: a non-local return in the receiver, a non-local return in a block evaluated by the receiver which returns past the receiver itself, and an exception raised and not resumed during the execution of the receiver.
Evaluate the receiver. Any errors caused by the block will cause a backtrace, but execution will continue in the method that sent #valueWithUnwind, after that call. Example: [ 1 / 0 ] valueWithUnwind. ’unwind works!’ printNl.
Important: this method is public, but it is intended to be used in very special cases (as a rule of thumb, use it only when the corresponding C code uses the _gst_prepare_execution_environment and _gst_finish_execution_environment functions). You should usually rely on #ensure: and #on:do:.