From: Jens Maurer (Jens.Maurer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-02-13 17:16:38
> I've been thinking a bit about the desire for catch_exceptions() to
> be able to handle "registered" exception types
[ Lots of explanation removed. ]
> Any thoughts or comments on the idea?
This looks interesting. However, I believe we should consider
this only after having initially released the boost test library
and after someone actually writing tests comes up with a need for
it. Usually, I'd expect the ex.what() string to be sufficiently
descriptive. Except for some standard library implementations where
std::bad_alloc::what() is always the empty string. But we do handle
all standard exceptions explicitly already, so that point is moot.
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