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Programming :: [C++] Cannot Catch SIGPIPE Signal?


I have a Socket library, written in C++, in which the method used to send data never has the opportunity to handle an errno of SIGPIPE. Thus I thought perhaps I should setup a signal handler to receive the signal, but this too is not being called.Is there something that I am missing or doing that is completely wrong? Below is the relevant code. Note that a SIGPIPE signal is generated when the Server is unable to send data to the Client (e.g. the client has terminated).Server code:

Code:
#include <TCPServerSocket.hpp>
#include <string>

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