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Re: Problem with gcc-2.96 and uncaught exceptions

On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Rajesh Radhakrishnan wrote:

> Hi,
> I work on Redhat 7.3. I have a C program compiled with
> gcc and strip'ed to remove all symbols, dynamically
> loads using 'dlopen', a large C++ shared library.
> The shared library has a parser that throws an
> exception when it sees a parser error. The exception
> doesn't get caught in the C++ shared library code and
> the entire program crashes.
> A small program of a C program dlopen'ing a C++ shared
> library works fine but in the large it fails. GDB is
> of no help, as the call stack is hosed and gives me
> the run around.
> Any suggestions with regards to any compile options in
> need to compile the C program and the C++ shared
> library so that the exceptions get caught in the C++
> code?
> Thanks for your help.

Why not use C++ to employ a C library? Seems to me it should work more

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