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@jasongilman: I was taking a look at the exception part that we talked about before and I would like to know if there is a special meaning to the way that proto-repl handles exceptions. My point being: a message to stdout is printed to the console, a message with a value is outputed as a result but a if a message throws an exception, the exception is ignored and the stderr is returned as if it was the result. Why is it that way? Shouldn't the exception be taken as the return value and the stderr be printed to the console?