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Procedure RaiseFreezeException

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Raises freeze/hang/deadlock exception for the specified thread.







Code (Delphi)

procedure RaiseFreezeException(

const AThreadID: Cardinal = 0;

const AThreadHandle: THandle = 0;

const AAntiFreezeMsg: String = ''




AThreadID [in, optional]

Thread ID to raise exception for. Default is 0 - which means "use MainThreadID".


AThreadHandle [in, optional]

A handle of thread identified by AThreadID.


AAntiFreezeMsg [in, optional]

A message for the exception. Default is 'The application seems to be frozen.'. It is recommended to pass CurrentEurekaLogOptions.CustomizedExpandedTexts[mtException_AntiFreeze] here.



Function will construct EFrozenApplication exception, build call stack for the thread identified by AThreadID (and AThreadHandle), and then invokes standard EurekaLog processing (i.e. create bug report, show error dialog, send report, etc.).


This function is used by freeze detection thread to raise exception when freeze is detected.



RaiseFreezeException can be called from any thread.



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