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SubjectRe: [RFC] [PATCH] C exceptions in kernel
Dan Aloni <da-x@gmx.net> :
[...]
> cleanup {
> if (foo) free(foo);
^^
> if (bar) free(bar);
^^

> if (locked) unlock();
^^
> }
> return rc;
> }
>
> Looks much better, IMHO.
>
> The cleanup() block will run after the try block even if an exception
> did not occur, and will run also if the exception occured, passing the
> exception to the next catch() or cleanup() block in stack.

Three useless "if" if no exception occured.

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