From: Keith Burton (kb_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-11 02:25:56
I trust that you are aware of the following quoted, from MSDN for all
Microsoft C++ compilers
As can be seen in the Visual C++ source file, uncaught.cpp,
uncaught_exception always returns false even in cases where the standard
specifies that it should return true.
See Knowledge Base article Q242192 for more information.
[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Thorsten Ottosen
Sent: 10 April 2004 11:22
Subject: [boost] Re: Assignment library: review
> 4. ~fixed_size_assigner
> This method may throw an exception. Does it always safe to rely on
> uncaught_exception call?
No, it is not always safe, but the unsafe stuff happens if you use it in
destructor; not very
likely. Sutter has an article about it.
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