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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject NSLinkEditErrorHandlers....
Date Sat, 13 Apr 2002 16:03:11 GMT
On Darwin, if there's a link error (in APR-dso, if something goes wrong),
the program will exit without giving a chance to the caller to do anything:

#man NSModule
       If the user does not supply these functions,  the  default
       will  be to write an error message on to file descriptor 2
       (usually stderr) and exit  the  program  (except  for  the
       linkEdit   error  handler  when  the  NSLinkEditErrors  is
       NSLinkEditWarningError, then the default is  to  do  noth-

"these functions" refer to a set of NSLinkEditErrorHandlers which should be
installed to alter the default behavior... Do you think it would be wise to
go ahead and install them?


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