From: Phil Nash (phil.nash.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-04 06:35:15
John Maddock wrote:
> There is a no_except flag that can be passed the regex constructor/assign
> methods to disable throwing of exceptions:
> boost::regex e("bad**string", boost::regex_constants::perl |
> std::cout << "oops" << std::endl;
> However, I notice that I removed all mention of this from the docs when I
> updated the interface to match the TR1 spec. It's non-the-less still
> supported however.
Was that an oversight, or an explicit decision made as part of the
I'd hate for the latter to be true (much as I prefer exceptions when
available for this sort of handling).
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