"TRY...CATCH" in XS? 
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 "TRY...CATCH" in XS?

I've been hacking Perl5 XS extensions in C++ for a while now, and,
while it has gone well, I'm perplexed by how to handle exceptions.

I guess I could do it all "manually", but I saw some stuff about a
"except" modifier in the xsubpp code, and it got me to thinking that
perhaps there's some undocumented functionality which makes handling
exceptions easier?

I.e., is there any specific support in xsubpp for C++ exceptions?

Thanks,
--chet--



Thu, 13 Jan 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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