[SDL] SDL_crash -- fatal error catching with user callback

Mason Wheeler masonwheeler at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 28 15:44:00 PDT 2013


...doesn't C++ have exceptions?  That's why I was singling C out.  Is there *any* modern language still in use for serious development that isn't capable of this, aside from C?


Mason



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 From: Driedfruit <driedfruit at mindloop.net>
To: sdl at lists.libsdl.org 
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 7:16 AM
Subject: Re: [SDL] SDL_crash -- fatal error catching with user callback
 
> and I really don't see much use for it unless
> someone is actually building SDL projects in C itself.
> 

> Or, phrased another way, is anyone actually programming with SDL in
> C, and not some higher-level language that supports exception
> handling? 
> 

Erm, of course. Actually, I was under the impression most SDL-based
code is written in C/C++, but I have nothing to back that up.

And on that note, I'm shutting up, altho nice flame bait ;)

-- 
driedfruit
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