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ObjectArx / Dbx crashes in debug build.

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11-20-2012 10:32 AM

I have just started a project, a single arx dll and a single dbx dll. Both only implement an application class, no commands, no custom entities, no dialogs etc... When I attempt to load the dbx and arx applications in debug build, I get a crash:

 

Unhandled exception at 0x000007fefd5acaed (KernelBase.dll) in acad.exe: 0x804F4C45: 0x804f4c45.

 

Visual Studio 2010

ObjectArx 2012

AutoCAD 2012 (64 bit)

 

Any hints. Note, as stated above, there is nothing in these projects other than the application classes providing the entry points.

 

I have attached a zip containing the projects. In each contains a single class that I have created. InFormArxApp and InFormDbxApp.

 

Regards,

 

Mike

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Re: ObjectArx / Dbx crashes in debug build.

11-20-2012 11:12 AM in reply to: mbujak

Further, if I only load the arx or dbx application alone, the crash does not occur. If I load the both the DBX and the ARX the crash occures.

 

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Mike

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Re: ObjectArx / Dbx crashes in debug build.

11-20-2012 12:15 PM in reply to: mbujak

You should show the line(s) of code where the exception occurs, and what the problem is at that point that caused the exception.

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Re: ObjectArx / Dbx crashes in debug build.

11-23-2012 08:27 AM in reply to: owenwengerd

Well I was hoping to get this resolved but the crashing has seemed to resolve itself. I haven't changed anything in that code so I am not sure what the problem is/was.

 

Mike

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