[Mono-list] RFC: Corlib Unit Test on Linux How-To
A Rafael D Teixeira
Tue, 30 Apr 2002 20:46:45 -0300
>From: "Linus Upson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Here is a test case that shows that the .Net runtime looks for a
>matching catch block before executing the finally blocks:
>I'm not sure why they chose to do this, but it does look intentional.
>My only guess so far is that they wanted to allow developers the
>opportunity to inspect the program's state with a debugger before any of
>the finally blocks ran.
Indeed, I use that a lot, when debugging in VS.NET.
More importantly, in the IDE, you can choose which exceptions (by
type/category not by try-block) you want to break into, before itīs
processed, either by any catch block or by the finally block.
I hope that Mono debugging will integrate that well with SharpDevelop and
with Linux Debugging environments.
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