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From: Remi VANICAT <vanicat@l...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Exceptions and at_exit
David Fox <> writes:

> I have some at_exit functions that must execute before my program
> exits, but I also want to see a traceback of any exception that
> occurs.  Can I catch the exception, print a traceback like the one you
> get when you exit and then call exit?  Or can I catch the exception,
> execute the at_exit functions, and then re-raise the exception?  How
> *do* you re-raise an exception, anyway?  Do you just catch the
> exception and raise it?

for reraising an exception :

  foo bar
  x ->
    baaz buz;
    raise x

but i don't know if this work well with traceback.
Rémi Vanicat
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