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Re: calling C++ from IDL - throwing exceptions
You may want to consider getting Ron Kling's new book on calling C code
from IDL as he does a nice job of describing DLMs and error trapping with
them. I think you will end up needing to write C wrappers around your c++
in any case. Ron's book is available at: http://www.rlkling.com/
The DLM documentation for RSI is adequate as a reference for IDL type
structures and internals, but don't expect it to be much help when you are
just starting out!
> I'm planning to use IDL as a front end for a C++ dll with call_external.
> However I couldn't find any way of handling in IDL an exception thrown
> from the C++ code.
> I was wondering if anyone have an idea about it (also if to confirm
> that it's impossible!) or if the DLM way would work better.
> However, I've no real idea about what DLM is and I found really little
> clue on it in the RSI documentation.