From: E. Gladyshev (eegg_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-04 17:20:41
"Andreas Huber" <ah2003_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> E. Gladyshev wrote:
> What I meant was the default behavior we were talking about before. I
> rephrase, trying to stick more to accepted exception handling terminology:
> 1. By default, boost::fsm is completely neutral to exceptions. All
> exceptions thrown by user actions are propagated to the state machine
> client. If such an exception is caught by client code, all state objects
> destructed (but not exited).
I know where the confusion is.
I don't think that the last statement is technically correct.
The fact that the client catches the exception doesn't
guarantee that the state objects are destructed.
fsm::state_machine<...> *m = new fsm::state_machine<...>();
Do you mean when the state machine object
goes out of scope or deleted?
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