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 1: <?php
 2: 
 3: /**
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19:  *
20:  * PHP Version 5
21:  *
22:  * @file     CAS/Exception.php
23:  * @category Authentication
24:  * @package  PhpCAS
25:  * @author   Adam Franco <afranco@middlebury.edu>
26:  * @license  http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0  Apache License 2.0
27:  * @link     https://wiki.jasig.org/display/CASC/phpCAS
28:  */
29: 
30: /**
31:  * A root exception interface for all exceptions in phpCAS.
32:  *
33:  * All exceptions thrown in phpCAS should implement this interface to allow them
34:  * to be caught as a category by clients. Each phpCAS exception should extend
35:  * an appropriate SPL exception class that best fits its type.
36:  *
37:  * For example, an InvalidArgumentException in phpCAS should be defined as
38:  *
39:  *      class CAS_InvalidArgumentException
40:  *          extends InvalidArgumentException
41:  *          implements CAS_Exception
42:  *      { }
43:  *
44:  * This definition allows the CAS_InvalidArgumentException to be caught as either
45:  * an InvalidArgumentException or as a CAS_Exception.
46:  *
47:  * @class    CAS_Exception
48:  * @category Authentication
49:  * @package  PhpCAS
50:  * @author   Adam Franco <afranco@middlebury.edu>
51:  * @license  http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0  Apache License 2.0
52:  * @link     https://wiki.jasig.org/display/CASC/phpCAS
53:  *
54:  */
55: interface CAS_Exception
56: {
57: 
58: }
59: ?>
 

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