In response to Andrea Giammarchi <an_...@hotmail.com>:
Thanks for the reply, Andrea. However, you either didn't read my
entire message, or didn't understand it. I can't use either of
those to detect an exception that's already in progress, I can only
use them to catch the exception before the script ends if nothing
else catches it.
What would be nice is a function like get_current_exception() that
would either return the current exception object, or return false
if there is no exception.
> > Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2009 12:19:30 -0400
> > From: wmo...@potentialtech.com
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [PHP] How can I detect an exception without using try/catch?
> > 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?
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