[zeromq-dev] exception from recv()
ian.barber at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 21:22:12 CEST 2012
On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 5:46 PM, Tom Wilberding <tom at wilberding.com> wrote:
>> * Blocking calls now return EINTR if interrupted by the delivery of a
>> signal; this also means that language bindings which previously had
>> problems with handling SIGINT/^C should now work correctly.
> What is the best practice for handling this in C++? The zmq.hpp wrapper
> is throwing without any additional info when zmq_recv() returns -1 and
> errno is EINTR, so should my app be catching this exception? And if so,
> shouldn't information pertaining to the root cause of the interrupt be
> passed along?
It's throwing if it *isn't* EINTR - catch it and use errnum or what()
to see what the underlying issue is.
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