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Re: throw specs on Standard destructors


On Wed, 11 Dec 2002 08:34:27 -0800
Nathan Myers <ncm-nospam@cantrip.org> wrote:

>No.  An implementation is not required to declare destructors throw().
>Any code that fails if they're not so declared is broken, because it
>assumes an implementation detail that the standard doesn't specify.  

Sadly, agreed.

However, this code does compile with 2.95/2.96 (but not with 3.x series
compilers). Adding the string and auto_ptr bits, conditionally so that
-pedantic will remove them, seems to be the solution.

-benjamin


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