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On Wednesday 07 December 2005 19:05, Volker Lukas wrote:
> Thiago Macieira wrote:
> > [...]
> > So you can expect people to compile it with -fno-exceptions. If you wri=

te
> > applications that rely on exceptions being enabled in Qt, you'll be
> > shooting yourself in the foot. Don't do that.

>
> No. The user who disables it is a fault here. Exception support is needed
> for *correct* programs to be executed *correctly*. If the user willfully
> asks the compiler to produce incorrect output, he has to live with the
> outcome. He can not just assume that nobody uses exceptions in conjunction
> with Qt.


If the application developer wants to deploy on Linux systems _and_ use the=
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systems Qt3 installation, he can safely assume it was built without=20
exceptions because of the problems earlier GCC versions had with them and s=
o=20
most (all+) software assumes -fno-exceptions

Might change for Qt4 though.

Cheers,
Kevin
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Kevin Krammer
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
Moderator: www.mrunix.de (German), www.qtforum.org

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