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Archived:Using TRAP IGNORE in a backward-compatible manner

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Keywords: TRAP_IGNORE, TTrap
Created: tepaa (01 Apr 2008)
Last edited: lpvalente (04 Aug 2012)

Overview

S60 3rd Edition supports the TRAP_IGNORE template that catches leaves and does nothing on error. You can add TRAP_IGNORE support for older editions of the S60 platform when adding this define into a visible header:

#if !defined(EKA2)
#define TRAP_IGNORE(_s) {TInt _ignore;TTrap __t;if (__t.Trap(_ignore)==0)
{_s;TTrap::UnTrap();}}
#endif

Using this is similar to using it in the S60 3rd Edition platform environment:

TRAP_IGNORE( SomeLeavingFunctionL());

Postconditions

TRAP_IGNORE is supported.

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