• SmegChat

    From Corey@VERT/TSGC to All on Friday, September 09, 2005 21:53:00
    anyone else getting a system crash when running smegchat from cafesmeg? something about the printf routine in MSVC6.
    wierd.

    Corey

    p.s. in cafesmeg version 1.4

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Corey on Saturday, September 10, 2005 01:46:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to All on Fri Sep 09 2005 21:53:00

    anyone else getting a system crash when running smegchat from cafesmeg? something about the printf routine in MSVC6.
    wierd.

    Corey

    p.s. in cafesmeg version 1.4

    I'm not, but I run on FreeBSD... there are certain classes of crashes that FreeBSD isn't suseptable to due to intelligent standards breaking. Does it happen immediately on entering? How far do you get? Is there a particular command that kills it?

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 08:03:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 02:46 am

    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to All on Fri Sep 09 2005 21:53:00

    anyone else getting a system crash when running smegchat from cafesmeg? something about the printf routine in MSVC6.
    wierd.

    Corey

    p.s. in cafesmeg version 1.4

    I'm not, but I run on FreeBSD... there are certain classes of crashes that FreeBSD isn't suseptable to due to intelligent standards breaking. Does it happen immediately on entering? How far do you get? Is there a particular command that kills it?


    from the cafesmeg main menu, I type C, and CRASH!
    hmm, C is for crash thou I guess...

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Corey on Saturday, September 10, 2005 14:00:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 08:03:00

    I'm not, but I run on FreeBSD... there are certain classes of crashes tha FreeBSD isn't suseptable to due to intelligent standards breaking. Does happen immediately on entering? How far do you get? Is there a particul command that kills it?


    from the cafesmeg main menu, I type C, and CRASH!
    hmm, C is for crash thou I guess...

    Damn... definately can't replicate it here. :-(

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 14:21:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 03:00 pm

    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 08:03:00

    I'm not, but I run on FreeBSD... there are certain classes of crashes FreeBSD isn't suseptable to due to intelligent standards breaking. Do happen immediately on entering? How far do you get? Is there a parti command that kills it?


    from the cafesmeg main menu, I type C, and CRASH!
    hmm, C is for crash thou I guess...

    Damn... definately can't replicate it here. :-(


    yeah, it seems to be a MSVC6 error only

    here is the debug crash error anyways:

    _output(_iobuf * 0x045bcf9c, const char * 0x045bd7ba, char * 0x045bd080) line 677 + 31 bytes
    _vsnprintf(char * 0x045bd5b8, unsigned int 512, const char * 0x045bd7b8, char * 0x045bd07c) line 101 + 17 bytes
    sbbs_t::exec_misc(csi_t * 0x045be1f0, char * 0x00b9b9fa) line 507 + 31 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x045be1f0) line 1049 + 19 bytes
    sbbs_t::exec_bin(char * 0x045be7d8, csi_t * 0x045bef3c) line 708 + 15 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x045bef3c) line 1186
    sbbs_t::exec_bin(char * 0x045bf524, csi_t * 0x012b863c) line 708 + 15 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x012b863c) line 1186

    maybe you can get a idea from it.
    or maybe rob can see something.

    Corey

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Corey on Saturday, September 10, 2005 16:11:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 14:21:00

    Damn... definately can't replicate it here. :-(


    yeah, it seems to be a MSVC6 error only

    here is the debug crash error anyways:

    _output(_iobuf * 0x045bcf9c, const char * 0x045bd7ba, char * 0x045bd080) lin 677 + 31 bytes
    _vsnprintf(char * 0x045bd5b8, unsigned int 512, const char * 0x045bd7b8, cha 0x045bd07c) line 101 + 17 bytes
    sbbs_t::exec_misc(csi_t * 0x045be1f0, char * 0x00b9b9fa) line 507 + 31 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x045be1f0) line 1049 + 19 bytes
    sbbs_t::exec_bin(char * 0x045be7d8, csi_t * 0x045bef3c) line 708 + 15 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x045bef3c) line 1186
    sbbs_t::exec_bin(char * 0x045bf524, csi_t * 0x012b863c) line 708 + 15 bytes sbbs_t::exec(csi_t * 0x012b863c) line 1186

    maybe you can get a idea from it.
    or maybe rob can see something.

    Perfect... line 85 in smegchat.src it is... it should read:
    SPRINTF var_b2e6aa4a "%stemp.tmp" var_cb6289a6

    I'll update the archive on vert shortly.

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 16:17:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 15:11:48

    maybe you can get a idea from it.
    or maybe rob can see something.

    Perfect... line 85 in smegchat.src it is... it should read:
    SPRINTF var_b2e6aa4a "%stemp.tmp" var_cb6289a6

    I'll update the archive on vert shortly.

    Updated. Thank you very much for the excellent bug report.

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 15:34:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 05:17 pm

    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 15:11:48

    maybe you can get a idea from it.
    or maybe rob can see something.

    Perfect... line 85 in smegchat.src it is... it should read:
    SPRINTF var_b2e6aa4a "%stemp.tmp" var_cb6289a6

    I'll update the archive on vert shortly.

    Updated. Thank you very much for the excellent bug report.


    no sweat, I will send you the bill... lol

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 15:41:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 05:17 pm

    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 15:11:48

    maybe you can get a idea from it.
    or maybe rob can see something.

    Perfect... line 85 in smegchat.src it is... it should read:
    SPRINTF var_b2e6aa4a "%stemp.tmp" var_cb6289a6

    I'll update the archive on vert shortly.

    Updated. Thank you very much for the excellent bug report.


    now, if you can fix the Oracle.
    he used a regkey, I think, and with the generic varibles I can't see what
    to do to "Reg" it. it's in a file called toom001.zip for some reason.

    Corey

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Corey on Saturday, September 10, 2005 18:09:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 15:41:00

    Updated. Thank you very much for the excellent bug report.


    now, if you can fix the Oracle.
    he used a regkey, I think, and with the generic varibles I can't see what
    to do to "Reg" it. it's in a file called toom001.zip for some reason.

    Hrm? It should be registered (key no longer required)

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  • From Corey@VERT/TSGC to Deuce on Saturday, September 10, 2005 18:17:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Deuce to Corey on Sat Sep 10 2005 07:09 pm

    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 15:41:00

    Updated. Thank you very much for the excellent bug report.


    now, if you can fix the Oracle.
    he used a regkey, I think, and with the generic varibles I can't see what to do to "Reg" it. it's in a file called toom001.zip for some reason.

    Hrm? It should be registered (key no longer required)


    not the one I found. and the cafe don't have it in the zip,
    and it wants a key file still.

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to Corey on Saturday, September 10, 2005 22:41:00
    Re: SmegChat
    By: Corey to Deuce on Sat Sep 10 2005 18:17:00

    now, if you can fix the Oracle.
    he used a regkey, I think, and with the generic varibles I can't see w to do to "Reg" it. it's in a file called toom001.zip for some reason.

    Hrm? It should be registered (key no longer required)


    not the one I found. and the cafe don't have it in the zip,
    and it wants a key file still.

    Did you grab the latest one from VERT (the one with a lower-case filename)?

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