LDC Windows exception handling
"Jérôme M. Berger"
jeberger at free.fr
Sun Dec 14 00:29:17 PST 2008
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Bill Baxter wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 5:13 AM, Christian Kamm
> <kamm-incasoftware at removethis.de> wrote:
>>> Speaking of LDC, any chance that the exception handling on Win32 gets
>>> fixed in the near future?
>> No, unfortunately.
>> It's a problem with LLVM only supporting Dwarf2 exception handling. I'm
>> pretty sure it'd work if we used ELF for the object files and GCC for
>> linking, but Windows people tell me this is hardly acceptable.
>> We won't get 'real' exceptions working on Windows until someone adds SEH
>> support to LLVM.
> Hmm, so what does clang do then? Does it also just fail on Windows?
> Anyway, I signed up for the clang dev mailing list to ask this
> question there too...
And what about llvm-g++?
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