I think many of you a familiar with function SetWindowsHookEx. It is quite useful function, and we use it in a lot of places in our software. But recently I found interesting issue: if exception is raised in hook function, then Windows will terminate your application with status code 0x C000041D STATUS_FATAL_USER_CALLBACK_EXCEPTION. But there is one caveat: if you run application from debugger, Windows will not terminate application and will just suppress exception. So, if you have encounter that exception as developer, you may think that everything is correct, but when end user will run your application – application will crash.

I work primarily with languages that have native support for exceptions and it feels kind of wrong. There is