simonmar at microsoft.com
Wed Jun 12 06:42:31 EDT 2002
> What exception does deRefStablePtr raise when handed an invalid
> pointer such as 0?
That's a good point, I don't think it has any error checking at all. Of
course the only way to get an invalid stable pointer is by calling
freeStablePointer on a valid one, or by using the FFI.
Nevertheless, deRefStablePtr should raise an exception when it finds an
invalid stable pointer.
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