[LLVMdev] Unable to catch Win64 exceptions that occur in the mcjit(ted) code
listhex at gmail.com
Fri Jan 17 06:28:06 PST 2014
Hi Yaron, Kai and all,
Thanks for your answer. What is the current status of the issue?
>Kai Nacke implemented a patch for mingw32 / Win64 / SEH exceptions for the
LDC compiler on top of LLVM
Does it mean that Kai is working only on gcc-mingw Win64/SEH support? Is
it planned to implement something like the *RtlAddFunctionTable*-based
registrar for dynamically loaded code?
May be I can help fixing it?
2014/1/17 Yaron Keren <yaron.keren at gmail.com>
> Hi Aliaksei,
> Exceptions on Win64 are not supported yet.
> Kai Nacke is working on the implementation.
> 2014/1/17 Aliaksei Zasenka <listhex at gmail.com>
> > Hi all,
> > In my MSVC-compiled project I am using MCJIT to run some generated code.
> I faced that in case of Win64 ('x86_64-pc-win32-elf') __try/__except block
> doesn't work - the stack can not be unwound.
> > I have found that the only way to fix it is implementing my own
> registerEHFrames function of the Memory Manager (but I'm not sure this
> > Maybe someone had a success solving the same problem?
> > What would be the best approach to catch exceptions from dynamically
> generated code on Win64?
> > Thank you in advance
> > Best regard
> > Alexey
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