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OSSP ex

OSSP ex is a small ISO-C++ style exception handling library for use in the ISO-C language. It allows you to use the paradigm of throwing and catching exceptions in order to reduce the amount of error handling code without making your program less robust. This is achieved by directly transferring exceptional return codes (and the program control flow) from the location where the exception is raised (throw point) to the location where it is handled (catch point), usually from a deeply nested sub-routine to a parent routine. All intermediate routines no longer have to make sure that the exceptional return codes from sub-routines are correctly passed back to the parent.

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  •  02 Oct 2005 19:09

    Release Notes: The build environment has been upgraded to GNU libtool 1.5.20 and GNU shtool 2.0.3.

    •  06 Apr 2004 14:06

      Release Notes: This release adds an Autoconf check for va_copy() and uses it in the test suite sub-library in order to fix it. It upgrades the build environment to GNU libtool 1.5.4.

      •  03 Apr 2004 15:15

        Release Notes: This release upgrades the build environment to GNU autoconf 2.59 and GNU libtool 1.5.2, constifies the ex_file and ex_func fields of the exception context structure to fulfill C99 requirements, and fixes the test suite library because an illegal iteration was performed during freeing of elements.

        •  30 Jan 2003 19:15

          Release Notes: The implementation of the ex_cleanup clause was fixed, and the manual page was enhanced and cleaned up.

          •  06 Jan 2003 18:21

            Release Notes: The build environment has been updated to GNU Shtool 1.6.2, GNU Libtool 1.4.3, and GNU Autoconf 2.57. The output of "ex-config --libs" has been fixed.

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