[C++-sig] Exception Handling - What class is thrown?
clay at idleengineer.net
Wed Feb 23 02:40:08 CET 2005
I'm trying to handle exceptions that occur within an embedded script.
Here's the code I'm basing this off of:
// This will fail.
Py_file_input, pyNamespace.ptr(), pyNamespace.ptr()
That fails since not_a_variable hasn't been defined yet. What I'd like
to do is catch the exception and report the problem to the user. The
information about the error I can get using the Python/C api, but I
can't figure out what class is actually being thrown so that I can
replace the (...) with the actual class. What is this class?
I've also been digging around the Boost.Python documentation, and I see
a lot of information about converting exceptions, but I can't seem to
find where the exceptions thrown by Boost.Python are documented. Are
those contained in one place?
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