From: Piske, Harald <Harald.P<iske@bo...> - 2002-03-21 18:18:13
I know that previous versions of GUI were fault-tolerant towards missing
-name parameters, which 558 is NOT. Make sure that all your objects (not
only widgets, also windows and labels!) have a unique -name. Non-unique
-names won't cause crashes, you just can't access any of the redefined
objects. But missing -names can cause perl to quit. If they do that with the
page fault in the vc runtime, I can't tell, but it's worth a shot.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Hansen [mailto:HansenE@...]
> Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 10:07
> To: perl-win32-gui-users@...
> Subject: [perl-win32-gui-users] Win32-GUI Applications causing ILLEGAL
> I just installed ActivePerl binary build 631 (Perl 5.6.1) and
> Win32-GUI binary build 0.0.558 which is the latest binary
> build available according to PPM. When I run my GUI
> applications they crash with a Perl page fault in module
> MSVCRT.DLL at 017f:780027al everytime. My GUI apps
> worked fine until I installed the new binary builds. Does
> anyone know what is happening?
> Perl-Win32-GUI-Users mailing list
Piske, Harald wrote:
> I know that previous versions of GUI were fault-tolerant towards missing
> -name parameters, which 558 is NOT.
BTW, release 0.0.665 is fault-tolerant towards missing -name parameters.
this bug was introduced in release 0.0.558 and is now gone away.
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