|Date:||Mon, 4 Dec 2006 22:23:17 -0600|
|I believe I saw in some of the boost libraries that they do not use exception specifications because some compilers produce slower code.|
I'm considering adding exception specifications to most/all of my functions -- mostly for my own sake. But I'm wondering how it will affect the compiler's generated code. (i.e. if it is going to affect performance, I can put the exception specifications in comments just as easily). I'm currently using gcc 4.0.2.
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