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dave.t
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access violations
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 11:19 am     Reply with quote

Hi all

I have the ccs compiler version 2.716.
I have a run sometimes of access violations ie.

"access violation at address 004f4b8d in module 'pcw.exe'. read of address 01110000"

Anybody come across this before?
Do I just ignore them?
Any help would be appreciated.
Regards.
Dave
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Sherpa Doug
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Re: access violations
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 11:41 am     Reply with quote

:=Hi all
:=
:=I have the ccs compiler version 2.716.
:=I have a run sometimes of access violations ie.
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:="access violation at address 004f4b8d in module 'pcw.exe'. read of address 01110000"
:=
:=Anybody come across this before?
:=Do I just ignore them?
:=Any help would be appreciated.
:=Regards.

What operating system are you using. A compiler that old may have problems with Win2000 or XP. Others on the board will know more than me.


:=Dave
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Steve H
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For what it's worth....
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 1:36 pm     Reply with quote

For what it's worth I have run 2.6xx on Win 95, 98, NT and win2k with no problems.

Steve H.
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Steve H
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One more thing...
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 1:37 pm     Reply with quote

I mean just the command line compiler or DOS IDE I don't use the CCS IDE so I don't know about that.

Steve H.
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Dave Yeatman
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Re: access violations
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2003 3:55 pm     Reply with quote

FWIW, In the few cases where I have encountered this it was a C coding error. I found it by commenting out lines until narrowed it down.

Dave
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kolio
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Re: access violations
PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2003 3:15 am     Reply with quote

Hi,
You're not the only one (if this might calm you down).
I had the same troubles under Win98 and WinNT.
After updating PSW (IDE to 2.31 and PCM/PCH to 2.731) the things went better - the nice message box appears only under Win98 (more rarely than before). I believe that the present versions of PSW are even better.
Don't worry, be happy ;-))))))))))))
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R.J.Hamlett
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Re: access violations
PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2003 11:46 am     Reply with quote

:=Hi,
:=You're not the only one (if this might calm you down).
:=I had the same troubles under Win98 and WinNT.
:=After updating PSW (IDE to 2.31 and PCM/PCH to 2.731) the things went better - the nice message box appears only under Win98 (more rarely than before). I believe that the present versions of PSW are even better.
:=Don't worry, be happy ;-))))))))))))

The message you are talking about, is common, _with the IDE_. However the original poster was talking about the command line interface.
I have run several 'old' versions of the compiler on W2K, and have not had this problem. However as another poster has said, I have seen this message when trying to compile a file with a syntax error.
The obvious suggestion then, is to verify this, by trying a 'minimal' program first. If this works without the error, the hard part is then working out which line is causing the problem...

Best Wishes
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kolio
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Re: access violations
PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2003 1:54 am     Reply with quote

:=:=Hi,
:=:=You're not the only one (if this might calm you down).
:=:=I had the same troubles under Win98 and WinNT.
:=:=After updating PSW (IDE to 2.31 and PCM/PCH to 2.731) the things went better - the nice message box appears only under Win98 (more rarely than before). I believe that the present versions of PSW are even better.
:=:=Don't worry, be happy ;-))))))))))))
:=
:=The message you are talking about, is common, _with the IDE_. However the original poster was talking about the command line interface.
:=I have run several 'old' versions of the compiler on W2K, and have not had this problem. However as another poster has said, I have seen this message when trying to compile a file with a syntax error.
:=The obvious suggestion then, is to verify this, by trying a 'minimal' program first. If this works without the error, the hard part is then working out which line is causing the problem...
:=
:=Best Wishes

I see, you're right.
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