On Thu, Oct 5, 2017 at 9:58 PM, Mark Millard <mar...@dsl-only.net> wrote:
> Luckily most kernel and world code that I actively use
> does not throw C++ exceptions in my use.
> But devel/kyua is majorly broken by the C++ exception
> issue: It makes extensive use of C++ exceptions. In my
> view that disqualifies clang as being "close": I view
> my activity as a hack until devel/kyua is generally
> operable and so available for use in testing.
I don't think that is a major roadblock; a broken port is a broken
port. Kyua is a relatively unimportant one for most users. In this
particular case, maybe kyua (a leaf binary) could be built with GCC
instead of Clang on any platform with broken C++ exceptions.
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