[cfe-dev] [libcxxabi]: why does not the default unexpected handler call terminate() in libcxxabi?
soaliap at 126.com
Tue Sep 18 20:07:57 PDT 2012
Howard Hinnant wrote
> I believe the bottom line is that libcxx/libcxxabi hasn't been ported to
> your platform. The 3rd #else/#endif branch in libcxx/src/exception.cpp is
> not being used by anyone that I'm aware of.
> I recommend getting into the branch __has_include(
> ) which will #define _LIBCPPABI_VERSION (which comes from libcxxabi. But
> this is porting work you (or someone) will have to do.
I'm doing this porting work for my compiler on linux.
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