[LLVMdev] unwind/invoke design[MESSAGE NOT SCANNED]

Mark Shannon marks at dcs.gla.ac.uk
Sat Jun 20 09:56:55 PDT 2009

And don't forget good old setjmp/longjmp

Duncan Sands wrote:
> Florian Weimer wrote:
>> * Wesley W. Terpstra:
>>> The documentation of unwind/invoke is quite clear and does exactly
>>> what I need: unwinding the stack. I don't need it to carry an object
>>> back. I don't need it to figure out what the type of the object is or
>>> what catch() blocks it matches. I just need it to unwind the stack.
>> You can use your stack switching mechanism for this purpose.
> Or call libunwind directly.
> Ciao,
> Duncan.
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