[fpc-pascal]FPC exes and win ME

Anton Tichawa anton.tichawa at chello.at
Sat Dec 15 11:54:59 CET 2001


I have a program that runs both on Win98 and WinME. My own computer has
Win98, but the program ran without problems on 2 computers with ME. For
finding problems, I did not use a debugger, but wrote intermediate results,
such as values returned by Win functions, to a log file. But there were no
problems when moving from Win98 to WinME. So far, I used Win functions for
file i/o, device contexts, printing, date/time. I did not use the mouse, nor
any of the Win components (scroll bars, menus, ..).

Do you have a simple 'Hello world' program that crashes with WinME? This
would be a simple way to find errors.


----- Original Message -----
From: <therelic at netzero.net>
To: <fpc-pascal at lists.freepascal.org>
Sent: Saturday, December 15, 2001 5:46 AM
Subject: [fpc-pascal]FPC exes and win ME

> On 13 Dec 2001, at 6:30, fpc-pascal-admin at deadlock.et.tudelft.nl
> wrote:I was wondering if anyone knew if FPC exes (win32
> compilings) work on a computer running ME.  I have an old pascal
> program that runs great in dos, win95, win98, and so far the tests
> say it works with win2k (not verified yet), but when using win ME
> the program always crashes.  I have looked through it and can't find
> anything wrong, but I could have missed someting.
> When I tried to look through the old messages in this list the
> freepascal.org links to the old messages were bad urls so I couldn't
> check there first.
> If anyone has any idea how FPC win32 exes perform on winME I
> would like to know, and if there are any good ways of debugging to
> get info from the ME system that it crashes on that would be very
> helpful.
> Ken.
> therelic at netzero.net
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