--- Comment #1 from Leandro Lucarella <> 2010-07-20 16:32:55 
PDT ---
I just saw changeset 341
(, thanks for giving
this issue some attention.

But unless I'm missing something, this change doesn't help much, because the
core will be at the point the call to abort() was made, that (again unless I'm
missing something) won't be deep in the call stack, where the throw was done.
Having a core dumped where the *throw* was made is what is really valuable, as
it let you analyze the dead program in the point where it really died.

I don't know how hard would be to achieve this, I just know is possible because
the C++ runtime (GCC at least) do it.

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