From: Emil Dotchevski (emildotchevski_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-10 00:58:37
I am contemplating a few minor changes to the exception library and I wanted
to get some input before I implement them.
First, I think that the function template failed should be renamed. Somehow,
boost::failed doesn't feel right. Since English is not native to me, I
really need help with this one.
Second, I'm thinking of renaming wrap_string/get_string. Those names did
make sense in the implementation I've been using in my own code, because the
whole thing was in namespace except. Clearly, boost::get_string doesn't
suggest that it's part of the exception library. I'm thinking of renaming
them both to exception_string. So, stuffing a string at the time of the
throw would look like this:
throw failed<foo>() << exception_string<tag>("value");
To extract the string from an exception_info object, you'd do this:
exception_info & xi;
if( std::string const * s = exception_string<tag>(xi) )
Similarly, it makes sense to rename both wrap_errno/get_errno to
Thanks for everyone's input!
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