[Mono-list] Mono does not include full stacktrace while rethrowing exception
Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
edward.harvey.mono at clevertrove.com
Wed Jun 22 11:52:06 UTC 2016
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First, just to be sure you know, you *almost* should never catch and rethrow, because you're not adding new information. If you want to add new information, generally you should throw a new exception and include an InnerException. Here are some examples of situations you would want to catch and rethrow:
And just to confirm you're right, you *should* expect the stack to be preserved, if you throw without any arguments.
I've confirmed the behavior you reported. In a debug build, on windows, and on mono, the behavior is not the same on .NET and on mono. It should be.
I think this is probably an actual bug and I'll go report it.
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