I got downloaded the new binary but it does not work as well. Nothing
happened when starting it, program just exited without any error =
I installed WIN32-API 0.20 (thanks Aldo :-)) and I can start it from =
Do you plan to make it support for Notepad editor as well? As UltraEdit =
shareware and not all people have it!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johan Lindstrom [SMTP:jpl@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2001 5:20 PM
> To: perl-win32-gui-users@...
> Subject: RE: [perl-win32-gui-users] Perl Oasis
> Nhat-Hung LAM wrote:
> >The binary also did not work for me (Windows NT 4 - SP6).
> The binary was created as a "freestanding" PerlApp, but without the=20
> perl56.dll file included. I guess that is the problem.
> The new binary is now totally freestanding, i.e. it includes the
> file. I hope that solves the problem. If not, please let me know.
> A new release with the new binary and a few fixed defects is =
> I haven't begun to name or date-tag the releases yet, so whatever is=20
> present there is the "latest release".
> Regarding the problem with the application chrashing when you double =
> on a module to load it; I have confirmed the defect. I can reproduce =
> still haven't been able to create a simplest-possible-case to =
> I have the Visual C++ debugger installed, and the error message I get =
> something like 'The instruction at "xxx" referenced memory at "xxx". =
> memory could not be "read".', which presumably means that the app =
> access memory outside the application's memory space.
> After having fiddled with this for a couple of hours yesterday, it =
> related to three things:
> 1) The fact that I Clear() the tree view
> 2) Certain data in the tree view when Clear() is called
> 3) The fact that the DblClick() event is triggered
> If I don't Clear() the tree view when I load a new module, the =
> Most of the time 2) isn't relevant, so the program works. I still =
> pinpointed this one.
> If I don't actually double click on the node, the problem disappears. =
> call the DblCLick() sub from e.g. a NodeClick() event or a button =
> it works fine.
> My initial guess is that it is related to mouse events fired at or =
> by already-deallocated nodes in the tree view. Or something... :/
> Johan Lindstr=F6m, Sourcerer, Boss Casinos Ltd, Antigua
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