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Windows / VS2010 runtime error

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Joined: 25th Mar 2012
Posted: 26th Mar 2012 03:59
I'm having a problem with my AppGameKit app development. I am building a Tier 2 app.
When I run my app on Windows 7 I get an error "Unhandled exception at 0x778015de in RecSheet.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation writing location 0xcdcdcdcd." when it tries to call _initterm( __xc_a, __xc_z ); in crt0dat.c.
It used to work but stopped for no reason that I can name. It is not even making it to the app::Begin code. I have no idea what part of my code is causing the problem or even if it IS my code since as near as I can tell it's not even getting to my code when it runs. I have verified that the examples and template projects build and run fine so it must be something in what I'm going but I don't even know where to start.

Any help on this issue would be appreciated.
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Joined: 3rd Jan 2012
Posted: 18th Apr 2012 01:08
How are you certain the program is not making it to your Begin() method?

This type of error is a run-time error generally caused by attempting to access inaccessible memory ( dynamically allocated? ). Out of bounds. Any sort of thing like that. I would trace your program to find out exactly what is happening.

I can try and take a look at your code for you and try to manually trace it if you'd like.

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