glibmm: Glib::ConvertError Class Reference

Exception class for charset conversion errors. More...

#include <glibmm/convert.h>

Inheritance diagram for Glib::ConvertError:

Public Types

enum  Code {








 Error codes returned by character set conversion routines. More...


Public Member Functions

 ConvertError (Code error_code, const Glib::ustring& error_message)
 ConvertError (GError* gobject)
Code code () const
- Public Member Functions inherited from Glib::Error
 Error ()
 Error (GQuark error_domain, int error_code, const Glib::ustring& message)
 Error (GError* gobject, bool take_copy=false)
 Error (const Error& other)
Erroroperator= (const Error& other)
 ~Error () noexceptoverride
GQuark domain () const
int code () const
Glib::ustring what () const override
bool matches (GQuark error_domain, int error_code) const
GError* gobj ()
const GError* gobj () const
- Public Member Functions inherited from Glib::Exception
virtual ~Exception () noexcept=0

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Attributes inherited from Glib::Error
GError* gobject_

Detailed Description

Exception class for charset conversion errors.

Glib::convert() and friends throw a ConvertError exception if the charset conversion failed for some reason. When writing non-trivial applications you should always catch those errors, and then try to recover, or tell the user the input was invalid.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Glib::ConvertError::ConvertError ( Code  error_code,
const Glib::ustring error_message 
Glib::ConvertError::ConvertError ( GError *  gobject)

Member Function Documentation

Code Glib::ConvertError::code ( ) const