[fpc-devel] Unhandled Exception if CTRL-C pressed.... hehe

Tony Maro tony at maro.net
Sun Feb 13 23:58:09 CET 2005

Just installed CVS and I always verify the correct version is being run 
by just running the compiler at the console without arguments to check 
the version number, then CTRL-C out the first "press enter" prompt.  
Check it out:

[tony at voyager fpc]$ fpc
Free Pascal Compiler version 1.9.7 [2005/02/13] for i386
Copyright (c) 1993-2005 by Florian Klaempfl
/usr/local/lib/fpc/1.9.7/ppc386 [options] <inputfile> [options]
put + after a boolean switch option to enable it, - to disable it
  -a     the compiler doesn't delete the generated assembler file
      -al        list sourcecode lines in assembler file
      -an        list node info in assembler file
      -ap        use pipes instead of creating temporary assembler files
      -ar        list register allocation/release info in assembler file
      -at        list temp allocation/release info in assembler file
  -A<x>  output format:
      -Adefault  use default assembler
      -Aas       assemble using GNU AS
      -Anasmcoff coff (Go32v2) file using Nasm
      -Anasmelf  elf32 (Linux) file using Nasm
      -Anasmwin32Win32 object file using Nasm
      -AnasmwdosxWin32/WDOSX object file using Nasm
      -Awasm     obj file using Wasm (Watcom)
      -Anasmobj  obj file using Nasm
      -Amasm     obj file using Masm (Microsoft)
      -Atasm     obj file using Tasm (Borland)
      -Aelf      elf32 (Linux) using internal writer
*** press enter ***

[tony at voyager fpc]$ Error: Compilation aborted
An unhandled exception occurred at $0805BB23 :
Exception : Ctrl-C Signaled!

[tony at voyager fpc]$


Tony Maro
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