As a follow up:

It seems the option --dyndll with perlapp causes the problem - I dont know why...

Cheers,

jez.


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> All,
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> I'm having an odd problem with using GetOpenFileName - but only when it's converted into an exe with PerlApp.
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> Using the demo example (C:\Perl\site\lib\Win32\GUI\demos\GetOpenFileName.pl) I've narrowed it down to the option -explorer => 0 when set to one (which is the new browsing style [1 is the default option]) the application just exists with no error messages or a crash.
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> I've tried various versions of Perl (5.8.7 813 and 5.8.8 822) and PerlApp (6.0.2 and 7.0.0) but I always get the same result. I'm using Win32::GUI 1.5 PPM from the sourceforge site. The exe version of GetOpenFileName runs fine under XP - even when built under Vista.
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> I'm kinda struggling so I would be grateful for any suggestions? Could it be a Vista security thing? I'll build a version of Win32::GUI and try to track it down...
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> Cheers,
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> jez.
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