On Oct 18, 2007, at 04:40, Tim Docker wrote:
I've just been taking a look at pyCxx, and it's looks quite nice.
I notice that in Objects.hxx, there's lot's of code snippets that look like:
if (PyErr_Occurred()) throw Exception();
Would it be better to call a function that interrogates the exeception status, and throws an exception of the appropriate derived type? That way you could catch more specifically in the C++ code.
Having re-read the code that would be better. Would you like to submit a patch to
Also, is there a reason why Exception doesn't derive from std::exception?
No reason, the code is older then std::exception and I guess it should be updated
so long as there is no problem introduced by doing this.