b.xavier at internet.lu
Sun Feb 27 05:14:10 EST 2005
No I haven't. But I would make a written log of the operations in the
scripts that you output to a log file. This way you can find out which is
the offending command. This beats removing all the scrips until you find the
on reportlog callinghandling,thelogresult
if logfile is empty then put getlogfilepath() into logfile
open file logfile for appending
write thelogresult to file logfile
close file logfile
get the effective filepath of this stack
set the itemdelimiter to "/"
delete last item of it
put "/" & the short name of this stack & ".log" after it
reportlog whatever,"did something at" && thetime && "with result" && the
result && etc...
http://monsieurx.com - just nitrous!
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of
> Roger Amar
> Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 10:29
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Win32 standalone
> Hello all,
> I converted a project which is working fine in the IDE, to a
> Win32 standalone.
> When I attempt to launch it, it hangs with the "Windows
> exception not handled" error, when the startup handler finishes.
> This project is using the Valentina dll.
> Has anyone met this issue before ?
> Thanks for help,
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