2009/4/23 Bill Moran <wmo...@potentialtech.com>:
> Specifically, the __destruct() method of certain objects will be
> called if an object goes out of scope due to an exception. Since
> the __destruct() method didn't call the code that caused the
> exception, it can't catch it.
> I need the __destruct() method to behave differently if it's
> called while an exception is in progress than if it's called
> simply because the object is unset.
> Searches of the docs has yet to turn up anything and Google isn't
> helping. Anyone have any pointers?
As far as I'm aware what you're asking for is not possible. Exception
handlers run without any context - check the return value from
debug_backtrace() in a catch block to see what I mean.
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