Telling it like it is

I was writing some Java today, and ran across the DraconianErrorHandler in the depths of Xerces (package  It's a very apt name (it simply throws any errors it's passed), but the name struck me as something outside the bounds of the expected.  I'd have undoubtedly named it ErrorPropogationErrorHandler or something that described what it does, rather than alluding to a metaphor of it's behavior.

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