I'm starting to play with the C++ API some more. I'm looking at target
creation on the SBDebugger class:
CreateTarget (const char *filename,
const char *target_triple,
const char *platform_name,
CreateTargetWithFileAndTargetTriple (const char *filename,
const char *target_triple);
CreateTargetWithFileAndArch (const char *filename,
const char *archname);
CreateTarget (const char *filename);
Out of the 4 methods of target creation, why has only one function got a
mechanism to pass back an error?
How can I use the remaining 3 functions without such a scheme?
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