Exception handeling

This is a discussion on Exception handeling within the Linux Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; Does g++ support exception handling if so how do I enable it? I tried g++ -fexceptions myfile.cpp also in kdevelop ...

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    Exception handeling

    Does g++ support exception handling if so how do I enable it?

    I tried g++ -fexceptions myfile.cpp

    also in kdevelop I set the compiler varible but was not able to get the prog to compild correctly
    the error message says use the -fexceptions flag but at the samd time the -fno-exceptions flag is on and I don't know how to disable it in kdevelop

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    If you mean by exceptions using 'try' 'catch' & 'throw', I have never needed to enable anything. I just use something like:
    g++ myfile.cpp, or probably g++ -g -c myfile.cpp. ( -g turns on debug, -c means compile only, don't link).

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    That is exactly what I meant. Thanks for your response!

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