void throw_exception( std::exception const & e ); // user defined
template <class E>
void throw_exception( E const & e );
E must derive publicly from std::exception.
- If BOOST_NO_EXCEPTIONS is not defined, boost::throw_exception(e) is equivalent to throw boost::enable_current_exception(boost::enable_error_info(e)), unless BOOST_EXCEPTION_DISABLE is defined, in which case boost::throw_exception(e) is equivalent to throw e;
- If BOOST_NO_EXCEPTIONS is defined, the function is left undefined, and the user is expected to supply an appropriate definition. Callers of throw_exception are allowed to assume that the function never returns; therefore, if the user-defined throw_exception returns, the behavior is undefined.
Under BOOST_NO_EXCEPTIONS, unless BOOST_EXCEPTION_DISABLE is also defined, users can examine the passed exception object using boost::get_error_info, or format an automatic diagnostic message using boost::diagnostic_information.