Subject: Re: [boost] [system][filesystem v3] Question abouterror_code arguments
From: David Bergman (David.Bergman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-10-27 13:12:45
On Oct 27, 2009, at 12:50 PM, Peter Foelsche wrote:
> "Stewart, Robert" <Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden]> wrote in message news:DF2E67F3D097004694C8428C70A3FD69046F260E64_at_[hidden]
>> Others noted embedded environments -- very important today -- but
>> let's look at a broader case.
> I was talking about C++.
> C++ includes exception handling.
> C++ without exception handling does not make any sense,
> as one cannot perform a fallible resource allocation inside a
There is no official recommendation for the language in-between EC++
and C++ - C++ minus exception handling - AFAIK, but it is no secret
that Boost is targeting that "language" as well, and also C++/CLI to
Strange as it might seem, quite sensical programs have been created in
this unnamed language, even though one cannot use the sometimes nifty
feature of throwing in a constructor. So, I fail to see how it "does
not make any sense."
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