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Working with Delphi’s new Exception.StackTrace

blog.gurock.com – One feature I often miss when using Delphi is the support for proper exception stack traces at run-time. You know, those useful stack traces that show you exactly where an exception occurred, ideally with the method name and line number of where the exception was raised. Both .NET and Java have excellent stack trace support built right into the framework and the Exception classes. You just call Exception.StackTrace (.NET) or Exception.getStackTrace (Java) and get a detailed analysis of where the exception was thrown and how it got passed to your exception handler. Unfortunately, Delphi never ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Tobias Gurock @ 2009-10-12 18:30


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