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Re: [3.3] Followup to C++ forced unwinding


On Wed, Apr 30, 2003 at 09:49:32PM -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> Now that we've made you rewrite your patch for the nth time, how close
> are you to being done? :-)

Fairly close, I think.  Most of the patch will be *reverting*
bits of the previous patch -- e.g. the -fforced-unwind-exceptions
flag can go away.

We still need to notice which ISO C functions are POSIX
cancellation points, but I suggest we simply do this all the
time rather than under the control of some flag -- the benefit
of doing otherwise will surely be minimal.

We still need some of the changes to libsupc++ that also 
apply to true foreign language exceptions.

> We're still blocked for 3.3 on the V3 memory leaks, so as long as you
> can get this stuff done in the next few days, we can certainly get it
> into 3.3.

I hope to have it done tomorrow.  (Well, I hoped to have it
done today, but that clearly hasn't worked out.  ;-)


r~


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