[Bug c++/13878] Uncaught exception on AIX with shared libraries

nagaraj_hayyal at satyam dot com gcc-bugzilla@gcc.gnu.org
Tue May 31 12:54:00 GMT 2005


------- Additional Comments From nagaraj_hayyal at satyam dot com  2005-05-31 12:21 -------
(In reply to comment #5)
Did you get any solution for this?
We are experiencing the same problem here.
Please let us know the solution if you have already found one.
mail: Nagaraj_Hayyal@satyam.com

> Our project is also experiencing problems with exceptions not being caught, 
when
> compiling with g++ on AIX. Small example codes that we have tried to put
> together to model what we are seeing, do not end up having the same incorrect
> behavior. On large test cases (our entire application as linked by g++), any
> exceptions thrown (that make it into _cxa_throw) do not bubble up to the 
catch
> statement (not even a literal catch(...)); rather, all exceptions call abort
().
> I would be extremely interested in hearing how this issue sorts itself out. I
> can try to give you more feedback no our problem than this, if requested. At 
the
> moment we are not sure what the property is that is required in order for the
> exception handling behavior to go from good to bad. That is work in progress.
> This occurs on AIX 5, GCC 3.3.2.
> Greg Smethells
> Lawrence Livermore National Lab
> smethells@llnl.gov



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