[Bug] 3.5 fails on WinDoze NT
andreas.raab at gmx.de
Wed Apr 23 00:18:02 UTC 2003
Acknowledged. The bug is really there and apparently only seen in NT. I
recommend using the 3.4.2 VM - according to Charlie Lindahl this VM is fine.
I need to figure out what the hell is wrong with the DInput support on NT.
Seems to work for all other Windows variants (btw, has anyone tried '95
lately? just curious...)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> [mailto:squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On
> Behalf Of Rik Fischer Smoody
> Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 11:30 PM
> To: squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> Subject: [Bug] 3.5 fails on WinDoze NT
> My seldom used WinDoze NT needed a modern version of Squeak,
> so I downloaded from
> It fails almost immediately upon trying to start an image.
> A gray error window claiming "Application Error..."
> After rebooting the machine in WinDoze 98, the very same
> installation appears to work fine.
> An old Squeak 3.2 works fine on NT.
> I noticed that the files are fairly recent, so it's possible
> I am the first to stumble over
> some configuration glitch?
> Repeated, downloading from NetScape, IE,
> even via Mac and unstuffing onto a Zip disk...
> each way producing similar quick death under NT
> so I doubt the non-binary data corruption problem.
> Wait, check list since April 11...
> Ref: Andreas Raab's message of April 16...
> > Can you describe in more detail what happens when you start
> Squeak? Do you
> Transcribing from other screen:
> Dr. Watson for Windows NT
> An application error has occurred
> and an application error log is being generated
> Exception access violation (0xc0000005) Address: 0x77e78784
> but I do not see a Watson error log or I'd drag it back over via Zip.
> Dragging an old image onto the squeak.exe produces same result.
> Rik Fischer Smoody
> smOOdynamics Systems Made Outa Objects
> 2400 NE 25th, Suite 800
> Portland, OR 97212
> riks at smOO.com 503-249-8300
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