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Subject:Re: general protection violation
Date:21 May 2020 10:22:42 -0400
From:"Kevin Zawicki" <numberjack@wi.rr.com>
Newsgroups:pnews.paradox-programming


recompiled all app libraries and all forms used in the that module.

Same issues.

I am dumbfounded.

It does seem to center on a set of forms, maybe one lib, set of tables.

The suspect library is the largest, 381 KB lsl.

But I noticed that library on the new machine (was copied) is suddenly 426
KB. I have a script that transfers all methods from one library to a new.
Doing that it returns to 381 KB.
Not sure what is going on with that.

In 5 or 6 places on this form, when a query in code updates the master table
table Paradox blinks out. Only after the form is opened and visible.

I have rebuilt all tables, some created new.
Again, not seen in WIN7.



Mark Bannister <markRemove@THISinjection-moldings.com> wrote:
>On 5/19/2020 2:05 PM, Kevin Zawicki wrote:
>> Right.
>> 
>> But...
>> Moving from pdox10 win7 to pdox10 win10, you wouldn't recompile, would
you?
>> 
>> I am still battling GPFs and blink outs on a system that runs great in
WIN7.
>> 
>
>Who knows.  I would recompile all forms and libraries.  There will may
>be windows stuff embedded into the forms.  I doubt it, but it is possible.
>
>
>> 
>> 
>> Mark Bannister <markRemove@THISinjection-moldings.com> wrote:
>>> Steve is correct of course.
>>> I use git to manage my code.  While git doesn't read binary files it
can
>>> tell if a binary file has changed.  After changing a core library I
>>> re-compile and save all libraries multiple times.  I've checked them
>>> with git as I do this.  A couple stop changing after one compile.  A
few
>>> others change after every compile.  I do find things are more stable
if
>>> I re-compile 3-4 times (a script does this of course) but I do have a
>>> lot of interconnected libraries.
>>>
>>> On 5/19/2020 7:56 AM, Steven Green wrote:
>>>> Kevin.. if you aren't changing the libs, no need to re-do them.. but
>>>> when I *do* change the libs, I close everything, compile and save the
>>>> lib, close/open do it again, then do any libs that call that lib.. if
>>>> the forms aren't compiled, they'll read the libs as needed
>>>>
>>>> -- 
>>>>
>>>> Steven Green
>>>> Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
>>>>
>>>> http://www.OasisTradingPost.com
>>>>
>>>> Collectibles and Memorabilia
>>>> Vintage Lego Sets and Parts
>>>> - and Paradox support, too
>>>> "Kevin Zawicki"  wrote in message
>>>> news:5ec2b21e$1@pnews.thedbcommunity.com...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>> If you have interdependent libraries and forms make sure you always
re-save
>>>> all of them when you make changes. (Paradox will store portions of code
>>>> from
>>>> other objects in order to save time calling them.)
>>>> <<
>>>>
>>>> I have never heard this, but OK. If I make changes on a form that calls
>>>> libraries,
>>>> no changes to libraries... are you suggesting we also open and save
the
>>>> libraries
>>>> as well?
>>>> Or only if you have multiple file objects open and edited, save them
all?
>>>>
>>>> I am battling a number of GPFs now, that is why I ask.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Mark Bannister <markRemove@THISinjection-moldings.com> wrote:
>>>>> This can be causes by a wide variety of things.  Bad tables to just
>>>>> multiple, accumulating  errors.  Make sure you are trapping errors. 
>> If
>>>>> you have interdependent libraries and forms make sure you always re-save
>>>>> all of them when you make changes. (Paradox will store portions of
code
>>>>> from other objects in order to save time calling them.)
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> n 5/18/2020 4:40 AM, Tony Spencer wrote:
>>>>>> I keep getting unexpected general protection violation when running
>> some
>>>> scripts
>>>>>> can anyone help please
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>> 
>


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