Subject: Re: [boost] Running b2 on develop needs asynch-exceptions=on
From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-16 18:07:33
John Maddock <jz.maddock <at> googlemail.com> writes:
> > I still haven't got an authorative answer whether it should be
> > Boost.Test that builds with /EHa (so that it
> > can catch SEH exception), or whether client code with tests be built
> > with /EHa (so that it converts
> > SEH exceptions into C++ exceptions) or something else.
> I suspect both. Certainly if I build Boost.Test without /EHa I see:
> warning C4535: calling _set_se_translator() requires /EHa
> Then if you want it to translate structured exceptions in your test code
> you'll need /EHa there as well presumably.
This is my understanding as well. We do not really care as much about /EHa
in libraries UTF depends on.
Unless someone from MS dev team can contradict this, I believe this is what
we need. As far as I know Boost.Build and according to my recollection, this
is was an intention form the very beginning. Clients were required to be
build with /EHa as well and that is enforced through the requirements
section in Boost.Build rule.
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