On Wed, Mar 13, 2002 at 12:15:34PM -0800, Ed Hall wrote:
> Exception-handling is broken with -O in -stable, and has been for years.
> FreeBSD is one of the few systems that use setjmp/longjmp stack unwinds
> to implement exceptions, so when the GCC folks broke that path, it was
> never fixed.  There are supposedly patches floating around that fix the
> problem, but they either didn't work as advertised or the ball got dropped.

We are using a set of patches that were part of gcc 2.95.3_test3.
Do you have a sample program in which exceptions are still broken on
FreeBSD 4.5?

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