Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Fri May 16 00:05:22 CDT 2003
On May 16, 2003 12:00 am, Gregory M. Turner wrote:
> nope. 'cause it's illegal to have a break/continue hanging around without
> something to break/continue out of. But we could have to have
> "__TYPED_TRY" "__ACHEY_BREAKEY_TYPED_TRY" macros :(
I think we're barking up the wrong tree. Vast majority of Windows apps
nowadays are C++. Of the few that are C-only, most will compile with a
C++ compiler. In other words, if we find a C++ solution for the SEH
problem, we would have covered probably more than 95% of apps. Not
perfect, but good enough.
If I understand you guys correctly, the problem should be solvable in
C++. Let's go for the low hanging fruit first, it makes good sense.
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