Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #96, comment 13


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Jun 9, 2011, 2:15:51 PM (9 years ago)
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dmik
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  • Ticket #96, comment 13

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    1 This approach didn't quite work. As the practice shows, the XCPT_GUARD_PAGE_VIOLATION exception for committing new stack pages is actually handled by the OS/2 kernel itself (after it tries all and therefore we can't call it manually.
     1This approach didn't quite work. As the practice shows, the XCPT_GUARD_PAGE_VIOLATION exception for committing new stack pages is actually handled by the OS/2 kernel itself (after it tries *all* exception handlers in the chain and finds no one to handle it) and therefore we can't call it manually.
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    33I will try a different approach: sort these exceptions out in the Java exception handlers. The main problem is that Java handlers treat any system exception they can't handle as a fatal error and abort the application. I will see what can be done there.