Win32 standalone

Roger Amar Roger at
Mon Feb 28 16:31:41 EST 2005

Hi Xavier,

I followed your suggestion and that is what happens.
My standalone stops crashing whan I removed this "innocent" line from one of the handlers :

put VolumesCursorRef into CursorRef 		--!!!

Assuming that CursorRef was empty before and that I simply put a Valentina cursor into an empty variable.
I asked Ruslan from Valentina if this process is valid.

What do you think about ?


-----Message d'origine-----
De : use-revolution-bounces at [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at] De la part de xbury.cs at
Envoyé : lundi 28 février 2005 12:59
À : How to use Revolution
Objet : RE: Win32 standalone

Then you have to try to remove code until your make it run...

Start with the startup and opencard mesages...

Remove them, compile until it runs... Dont test your app but the compiler's problem... I had something similar that crashed the same. Now I only get a error dialog that does show up in the development! 

Until Rev uses the standard NT events, it's back to prehistory like debugging and testing...


On 28.02.2005 12:46:53 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>I still cannot get a working standalone.
>I placed an answer at the end of the startup handler and I can see it
when I 
>launch the standalone.
>However, Win XP displays a dialog like this : "This program must quit... 
>Windows not handled exception error...etc.
>I am frustrated to have a project which is working properly and to be
unable to 
>a standalone.
>Your help will be greatly appreciated.
>Thanks to all,
>-----Message d'origine-----
>De : use-revolution-bounces at
>[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at] De la part de Roger 
>Amar Envoyé : dimanche 27 février 2005 18:53 À : x at; How 
>to use Revolution Objet : RE: Win32 standalone
>Thanks a lot, Xavier, good idea.
>I'll try it and report to the list.
>-----Message d'origine-----
>De : use-revolution-bounces at
>[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at] De la part de MisterX
Envoyé : 
>dimanche 27 février 2005 11:14 À : 'How to use Revolution'
>Objet : RE: Win32 standalone
>No I haven't. But I would make a written log of the operations in the
>that you output to a log file. This way you can find out which is the
>command. This beats removing all the scrips until you find the 
>local logfile
>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 end reportlog
>function getlogfilepath
>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 return it end 
>on whatever
>do something
>reportlog whatever,"did something at" && thetime && "with result" && 
>&& etc...
>end whatever
> - just nitrous!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: use-revolution-bounces at
>> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at] 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,
>> Roger

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