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Date Posted: 09:15:02 07/14/00 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Access violation - BCB4
In reply to: Dennis 's message, "Access violation - BCB4" on 21:44:09 07/08/00 Sat

Hi Dennis,

I'm sorry for the delay, I somehow skipped your question.

This is a bug with the Object Pascal part of the CBuilder compiler. It took me a while to find a workaround. You must go to the Pascal Project Options, and uncheck both Local Symbols and Reference Info.

Best regards,


> Hi,
> I'm running C++Builder4 (fully patched) under Win98SE;
> I have a problem where each time I add "enreg.pas" or
> any of the "en*gr.pas" files to my project, I get the
> following error during compilation:
> Access violation at address 0085B7B4 in module
> 'DCC40.DLL'. Write of address F9F1100D.
> This only happens when I include the envision .pas
> files. Otherwise, I'm fine.
> This always happens during the compiltion of
> EnCLib.pas (so the GUI tells me).
> I looked at EnCLib.pas and noticed that line number
> that was returned falls on the last line in the file
> (I'm assuming that the error is occurring at the file
> after this one)?
> So I jumped to the command prompt and ran "make" on my
> project, and it compiles and the exe runs just fine.
> I'm still looking at the problem myself (I haven't
> done much testing since I was able to get the exe
> created), but any insight anyone can provide into this
> problem would be appreciated (i.e., what is DCC40.DLL
> for?). I'd really like to continue compiling in the
> GUI.
> Thanks!
> Dennis

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