Re: egcs produces bloated code by default
On Mon, October 26 1998, Avery Pennarun <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|My understanding (which may be pathetic) was that _all_ functions in the
|program must be compiled with exception-handling enabled if we want it to
|work correctly. I thought that would include libc (which is C only) as well
|I guess I was wrong.
I'm guessing here as well, but the main target of exception hendling
is cleanup of automatic objects (were exceptions are not cought
explicitly), so since C functions don't create automatic objects they
are more or less "transparent" to exceptions (as well as C++ functions
with same characteristics).
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