From: Lars Gullik Bjønnes (larsbj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-08 08:39:11
"Peter Dimov" <pdimov_at_[hidden]> writes:
| throw_exception.hpp doesn't contain helper TRY/CATCH/RETHROW macros
| for two reasons:
| 1. Most non-g++ compilers accept the exception handling constructs in
| "no exceptions" mode;
That doesn't help me.
and it is only re-throw that is problematic. The other constructs are
taken care of.
| 2. The proper way to fix code that relies on catch(...)+throw is to
| introduce a RAII guard. This also helps with other catch(...)-related
| This reminds me that I need to fix shared_count.hpp to not contain a
There the "no exceptions" case is handled. So strictly not needed.
| However, last time we discussed the issue, it was pointed out that the
| RAII way has performance implications compared to catch(...)+throw.
| This lead to detail/no_exception_support.hpp, which does contain a
| BOOST_RETHROW macro.
So either it should be used or the re-throw rewritten.
Seems to me that some semi-invasive changes must be done to
cpp_regex_traits.cpp to use RAII to make the
So the question is how to solve for 1.33. IMHO the simple solution
should be used: use BOOST_RETHROW and be done with it.
Later if that macro is unwelcome in the code, it can be rewritten.
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