Ok, thanks, I'm gonna try that.
>From: Earnie Boyd <earnie_boyd@...>
>Reply-To: mingw-users <mingw-users@...>
>To: Brian Warner <numero_7@...>
>Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] problem with gcc 3.2.2
>Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 14:08:02 -0400
>Brian Warner wrote:
>>The application I'm working on was first build with gcc 3.2 and all was
>>fine, except a little graphical bug. One of my teammates said me it was
>>because of gcc 3.2. I then installed the gcc 3.2.2, and now I've got a
>>problem with my exceptions. The compile-time has no problem, but at
>>runtime, my program crashes randomly in time. Sometimes it runs 10
>>seconds, sometimes 3, sometimes it doesn't wanna be launched at all. It
>>crashes always when I wanna throw the same exception (one of my personal
>>exceptions), but at 2 different places, sometimes here, sometimes there. I
>>don't think my exception is the problem, because my program runs perfectly
>>on Linux with gcc 3.2.2, and on mingw with gcc 3.2.
>>Is there something different in the 3.2.2 version of gcc for Mingw I have
>>to know ? It's the version directly from gnu I downloaded.
>>Thanks for any help.
>You'll probably need to rebuild all of the objects. I.E. Objects from
>gcc-3.2 should not be mixed with objects from gcc-3.2.2 due to different
>methods of applying exceptions.