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VCCLCompilerTool.ExceptionHandling Property 

Gets or sets a value used for calls to destructors for automatic objects during a stack unwind caused by a thrown exception. ExceptionHandling exposes the functionality of the compiler's /EHsc option.

Namespace: Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine
Assembly: Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine (in microsoft.visualstudio.vcprojectengine.dll)

Property ExceptionHandling As cppExceptionHandling
Dim instance As VCCLCompilerTool
Dim value As cppExceptionHandling

value = instance.ExceptionHandling

instance.ExceptionHandling = value
/** @property */
cppExceptionHandling get_ExceptionHandling ()

/** @property */
void set_ExceptionHandling (/** @attribute InAttribute() */ cppExceptionHandling optSetting)

function get ExceptionHandling () : cppExceptionHandling

function set ExceptionHandling (optSetting : cppExceptionHandling)

Property Value

A cppExceptionHandling value.

See Examples for Project Model Extensibility for information about how to compile and run this example.

The following example modifies the ExceptionHandling property in the integrated development environment (IDE):

' add reference to Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine.
Imports EnvDTE
Imports Microsoft.VisualStudio.VCProjectEngine

Public Module Module1
    Sub Test()
        Dim prj As VCProject
        Dim cfgs, tools As IVCCollection
        Dim cfg As VCConfiguration
        Dim tool As VCCLCompilerTool
        prj = DTE.Solution.Projects.Item(1).Object
        cfgs = prj.Configurations
        cfg = cfgs.Item(1)
        tool = cfg.Tools("VCCLCompilerTool")
        tool.ExceptionHandling = True
    End Sub
End Module
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