[Ecls-list] exception question

Michael O'Connor moconnor59 at yahoo.com
Wed May 12 02:06:08 UTC 2004

--- Juan Jose Garcia Ripoll <jlr at mpq.mpg.de> wrote:
> actually the fact that ECL 
> does not interfere or detect exceptions is a major
> concern, because it 
> cannot recover from them: if C++ calls lisp and
> lisps calls C++ which 
> emits an exception that is captured by the outermost
> C++ environment, 
> there are chances that the frames stack, binding
> stacks, etc, get corrupted.

- that's exactly what I was trying to do, but I
haven't got it to work.

But it sounds like I shouldn't be doing this. Which is
fine - I can find another way to do the same thing
without using exceptions.



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