Date: 2006-06-22 01:00:32
You can also do this:
throw failed<read_error>() << wrap_errno();
Here, wrap_errno is a function that captures the current errno value,
and returns it as an object of some type, which is then stored in the
info sub-object of the exception being thrown. Of course, you can attach
more stuff directly in the throw-expression, by following with more
calls to operator<<.
I would be interessted in your library.
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