I posted a reply from another computer, but it didn’t make it. So here it
I am using qcc. I’ve found that if I pass -fsjlj-exceptions to the compiler
(using -Wc,-fsjlj-excpetions on the qcc command line), it works.
Using -f-exceptions doesn’t work. I found this in some communication on
old gcc compilers. Unfortunately, I’m not really sure what it does.
This all begs the question, when will QNX ship a new version of gcc targeted
to Neutrino? I know there is one ported by Colin Burgess in the public ftp
directory, but my quick attempt at installing it in my Cygwin environment
was not very successful. It’s been a lot of years since I did much with
Running RTP as a host isn’t a good option for us. We all have Windows 2000
machines and do a lot of development there. The last version of RTP I tried
didn’t support SCSI anyway.
“Igor Kovalenko” <email@example.com> wrote in message
g++ does not produce exception handling code by default. Use qcc or supply
options to g++ (don’t remember exact syntax).
“Todd Hitt” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:92g0lt$qc0$> email@example.com> …
Anybody having problems using Neutrino to catch C++ exceptions?
I’ve got using qcc (Prelease 4 April 2000) on Windows 2000and whenever I
throw, the program exits!
I compile the same program with g++ (2.92.2-5) in Cygwin and run on my
I searched the QDN FAQs and didn’t find any information.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.