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Exception helpers always uses std::string

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ScriptThrow and ScriptGetExceptionInfo assume that the user-declared string type is always std::string. If you are using your own string class, that is obviously not going to end well. It's not a huge deal, since you can implement them yourself easily enough, but a warning might not be a bad idea...

For the rest, thanks for this new release! 🙂

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I'll try to make the code a bit more friendly for use with custom strings. 

Thanks for the heads up.

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