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> Your users aren't likely to be seeing a server-side process like this fail, though, so in this situation, seems fine.

Whoever maintains the server and runs the service is also my user, though, in the general case.

> As I said in the post you're replying to, a nicer error message would be a good thing.

Yeah - I don't mind if unwrap panics with a dev-oriented message as it's basically an assertion, but I guess I expected expect() (no pun intended) to give a more user-friendly error. Maybe the format of the panic! output could be changed to bring the message to the front and the technical details after that.




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