String literals, ASCII vs UTF-8
erack at redhat.com
Wed Feb 29 05:48:29 PST 2012
On Wednesday, 2012-02-29 08:42:35 +0100, Stephan Bergmann wrote:
> However, there are also situations where bad input (malicious or
> otherwise) would cause an application to request excessive amounts
> of memory to do a single task (e.g., open a document), and at least
> in theory the application should be able to cope with such
> externally-induced OOM conditions, by abandoning the bad operation,
> cleaning up after it, telling the user the operation failed, and
> carrying on.
I think catching std::bad_alloc and returning an error should be
possible in most filter code based on SfxObjectShell / SfxMedium.
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