Problem with the exceptions handling in DLLs
Wed Jun 6 14:21:00 GMT 2001
This problem has come up several times (and some options discussed) on mingw
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--- Bruno Bachelet <email@example.com> wrote: > I develop C++ programs based
on several libraries. Until now I was building
> static libraries. There was no problem. I'm trying now to make DLLs of these
> libraries. My problem is apparently that when an exception is thrown from a
> DLL, there is a message like this one:
> 0 [sig] CUT_FILE 709523 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to
> and the exception is not caught. The program terminates abruptly.
> For information, to make the DLLs, I used the following command with Cygwin
> 1.3.2 Release:
> dllwrap -L$(LIBRARY_PATH) --driver-name g++ --export-all-symbols -o
> <dll_name> <library_dependency> <objects>
> I understood the problem is well known. But is there a solution ?
> Thanks in advance for the reply.
> Bruno Bachelet.
> Bruno Bachelet (PhD Student)
> E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Web: http://bruno.bachelet.net
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