DLL problems

Earnie Boyd earnie_boyd@yahoo.com
Tue Jan 16 12:53:00 GMT 2001


"Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" wrote:
> 
> At 03:04 PM 1/16/2001, Andrew Heath wrote:
> >I have an executable that I've compiled with the -mwindows and -mno-cygwin switches, and it runs just fine, except at start up time on Win9X boxes.  If I start the program in the users login script, I get a page fault in CRTDLL.DLL, but not on the WinNT boxen.  Any ideas as to cause?
> 
> Yes, its the penalty for using a bad O/S!;-)
> 
> Seriously, its difficult to even speculate as to the issue without seeing
> some information about your environment and the crash.  Output of cygcheck
> -s -v -r may be helpful.  A stack trace is more likely to be helpful.
> However, its probably something you just have to debug yourself to narrow
> down the possibilities...
> 

Larry, stop sending form letters. ;) Cygcheck won't help and there won't
be a stack trace.  This is a MinGW question.  It could be buggy routines
in CRTDLL.  You could try MSVCRT, which the Cygwin gcc-2.95.2-7 release
of GCC will use.  See http://www.mingw.org for more MinGW related
information.

Cheers,
Earnie.

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