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From: Peter Schneider on 11 Jan 2010 09:01
On 11 Jan., 14:42, "Martin B." <0xCDCDC...(a)gmx.at> wrote:
> Check the docs for:
> virtual LRESULT ProcessWndProcException(CException* e, const MSG* pMsg);
> If you add a THROW_LAST() in you own, you should be able to produce a
> crash. (Except I think for the Modal Dialog Loop which contains an
> additional CATCH that is not handled via ProcessWndProcException
Thanks for the suggestion! I will give it a try. (Unfortunately, our
app currently uses a modal dialog ...)
Where did you find the documenation on this?
I used the following MSDN link and it doesn't seem to contain anything
on it: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/93k07whb.aspx
From: Peter Schneider on 11 Jan 2010 09:13
On 11 Jan., 14:52, "Martin B." <0xCDCDC...(a)gmx.at> wrote:
> How about:
Ahem. Don't ask me why I thought ProcessWndProcException was executed
outside a catch block. So I thought it was illegal and didn't even
give it a try. Stupid.
Thanks a lot!