"Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." Alice in Wonderland
I was testing jSuneido on a Windows system and I got:
at java.nio.MappedByteBuffer.force0(Native Method)
So I went to add a try-catch to log this error. But Eclipse told me MappedByteBuffer.force doesn't throw IOException
I check the documentation but it didn't mention IOException either.
This is a "checked" exception, meaning you can't throw it without declaring that you throw it, and you can't call something that may throw it without catching it.
But I guess all that goes out the window when you get down to native methods.
I just caught the more general base Exception instead.
PS. I wasn't able to recreate the error, I just hope it won't come back to haunt me.