If I pass a function containing start-agent to set-error-handler of an agent, if an exception occurs the restart-agent is ignored.
(def a (agent 0))
(set-error-handler! a (fn (link: the-agent the-exception) (restart-agent the-agent)) )
If I now issue : (send! a #(/ 1 0)), I still have a failed agent. It did not restart.
I know I can set the error-mode to the agent to :continue to have my agent up after a crash, but I wished I could fix the conditions that caused the exception in the first-place then restart the agent programmatically in the set-error-handler.
Maybe it is a known beahviour, but then it is not documented ?