1// -*- C++ -*- std::terminate handler
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3//
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24
25#include <bits/c++config.h>
26#include "unwind-cxx.h"
27
28/* We default to the talkative, informative handler in a normal hosted
29 library. This pulls in the demangler, the dyn-string utilities, and
30 elements of the I/O library. For a low-memory environment, you can return
31 to the earlier "silent death" handler by configuring GCC with
32 --disable-libstdcxx-verbose and rebuilding the library.
33 In a freestanding environment, we default to this latter approach. */
34
35#if _GLIBCXX_HOSTED && _GLIBCXX_VERBOSE && __cpp_exceptions
36/* The current installed user handler. */
37std::terminate_handler __cxxabiv1::__terminate_handler =
38 __gnu_cxx::__verbose_terminate_handler;
39#else
40# include <cstdlib>
41/* The current installed user handler. */
42std::terminate_handler __cxxabiv1::__terminate_handler = std::abort;
43#endif
44
45