From: Ullrich Koethe (u.koethe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-07-13 07:12:54
Chris Emerson wrote:
> I've wrapped a C++ library which throws exceptions which I'd like to be
> visible from Python more sensibly. The exceptions don't derive from
Is there any good reason not to derive from std::exception? I don't see
> It looks like all exception handling is done in
> boost::python::handle_exception(). Perhaps module_builder could have an
> optional function pointer argument to add (or replace) handle_exception()?
This could be done. However, to create corresponding Python exceptions,
you must register new Python exception objects within the module. This
is currently unsupported in Boost.Python.
> Or is there a better way of accomplishing this?
Derive from std::exception
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