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Re: Cygwin shell eats Windows exceptions?
On 2016-10-14 00:52, Peter Rosin wrote:
> On 2016-10-13 16:35, Bill Smith wrote:
>> I'm trying to run my Windows C++ application which has a call to DebugBreak() to bring up the popup asking if you want to debug this application or terminate it. If I run the program within Cygwin, the program just exits.
>> If I run the application from a Windows command prompt, I get the Windows popup that I'm expecting. It seems that the Cygwin shell is eating exceptions (sigsegv or similar signals?). Is there a way for me to disable this behavior?
> I believe you want the reverse of this program:
> error-mode can make the popups go away (getting cygwin behavior
> on msys), but it should be possible to modify it to make the
> popup appear instead. I think...
feeep, should have read my old code before I posted. The program
should fit the bill. My memory is apparently bad but short.
Sorry for the noise.
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