mike at theoretic.com
Thu Aug 28 06:36:22 CDT 2003
I'm a bit confused. Clearly SEH *is* implemented in Wine, at least to
some extent, as you can watch exceptions being thrown and caught again
in the traces. I remember some threads talking about how it couldn't be
implemented, but, I've seen __TRY/__EXCEPT code in the Wine source.
What am I missing here?
On Wed, 2003-08-27 at 14:11, Steven Edwards wrote:
> --- Mike Hearn <mike at theoretic.com> wrote:
> > I believe structured exception handling is not implemented in Wine (it
> > requires support from gcc first).
> There is a patch to give basic SEH support to gcc that has been developed for Mingw. The ReactOS
> Project is also looking in to ways to implement SEH in the event Mingw and GCC main will not
> accept the patches for this. I dont know all of the low level details of the plan except the if we
> cannot get permission from the patent holder then we are going to have to implement SEH as a set
> of macros. Our developers have a few good ideas of how to get around it in ReactOS and Mingw but I
> dont about the WINE case.
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