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[Bug-gnubg] Re: Crash on Windows when entering PosID

From: Gordon Bower
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Re: Crash on Windows when entering PosID
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 11:45:24 -0800 (AKDT)

> > 
> > (*) From a post of ?ystein on Sun, 21 Jul 2002 23:58:43
> > PosID: 8AAMB0N0AEBg
> It doesn't crash gnubg under Unix, the PosID is ignored, as it is not
> valid.
> On Windows it does crash, at least with the stated (maybe illegal) PosID.
> With other, nonsense IDs GNUbg gave a proper warning. With the PosID above it
> does not.
> Btw, it's on Win 95 (just in case it might matter). Maybe someone on Windows
> could try this to reproduce?

Same thing happens under Windows 2000. The exact error message I received

Theinstruction at 0x22e7da00 referenced memoryt at 0x22e7da00. The memory
could not be read.

The Windows debugger (which tries to open a program in Visual C++ to show
you where something goes wrong), not surprisingly, ran into an access
violation and couldnt show me anything. One disclaimer: this is using last
month's build, not the brand new snapshot which I haven't had a spare hour
to bring in over a dialup:(

The position with "j/" added, of course, works fine for me too.


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