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SubjectRe: [RFC] [PATCH] C exceptions in kernel
On 22 Feb 2002, Dan Aloni wrote:

> The attached patch implements C exceptions in the kernel, which *don't*
> depend on special support from the compiler. This is a 'request for
> comments'. The patch is very initial, should not be applied.
> I actually got this code to work in the kernel:
> try {
> printk("TEST: before throwing \n");
> throw(1000);
> printk("TEST: won't run\n");
> }
> catch(unsigned long, value) {
> printk("TEST: caught: %ld\n", value);
> } yrt;

What is this supposed to do? Are these a bunch of solutions waiting
for a problem? Or is my Calendar wrong?


Dick Johnson

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