[1.90] Crashes on Windows 95

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[1.90] Crashes on Windows 95

Post by imsai » Thu Feb 01, 2007 10:21 am

Entering Browser makes page fault in KERNEL32.dll.

XNView1.90/Win95

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Re: [1.90] Crashes on Windows 95

Post by xnview » Thu Feb 01, 2007 12:38 pm

imsai wrote:Entering Browser makes page fault in KERNEL32.dll.

XNView1.90/Win95
Sorry but this can be fixed, it's a problem on 95, no UTF8 support (used by db engine), i'll try to find a solution...
Pierre.

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Post by imsai » Thu Feb 01, 2007 5:17 pm

Is db engine used for folders cache only?
I've tried to switch cache off but it does't help.

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Post by xnview » Thu Feb 01, 2007 7:22 pm

imsai wrote:Is db engine used for folders cache only?
I've tried to switch cache off but it does't help.
Cache, category, ... So for win95, perhaps i must disabled it :-(
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Re: [1.90] Crashes on Windows 95

Post by foxyshadis » Sat Feb 03, 2007 12:31 am

xnview wrote:
imsai wrote:Entering Browser makes page fault in KERNEL32.dll.

XNView1.90/Win95
Sorry but this can be fixed, it's a problem on 95, no UTF8 support (used by db engine), i'll try to find a solution...
Even with unicows? (Unicode text services for win9x, needs a special dll and lib referenced on compiling.)

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Re: [1.90] Crashes on Windows 95

Post by xnview » Sat Feb 03, 2007 8:23 am

foxyshadis wrote:
xnview wrote:
imsai wrote:Entering Browser makes page fault in KERNEL32.dll.

XNView1.90/Win95
Sorry but this can be fixed, it's a problem on 95, no UTF8 support (used by db engine), i'll try to find a solution...
Even with unicows? (Unicode text services for win9x, needs a special dll and lib referenced on compiling.)
Yes, unicows is needed, i must build a special version...
Pierre.

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