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propagation of exceptions over module/language boundaries

ben mitch
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Yet more opinions that it's not workable. Good. Nice to bury the idea
thoroughly. Thanks for chipping in, all.

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Chris Dollin
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James Kanze wrote:

> Not that it's much use, of course. As you correctly pointed
> out, code written in C will not be exception safe; it counts on
> the guarantee (valid in C) that if you call a function, it
> either returns, or the process is aborted in some way.

Doesn't longjmp+setjmp provide a third alternative?

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