Add a breakpoint to setInterpreter() and see what it returns. Chances are
that you're running against a VM that doesn't support the latest
interpreterProxy version. If you don't need a later one, try to #define
VM_PROXY_MINOR using a prior version (1, 2, or 3).
Hope this helps,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: spair(a)advantive.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, October 30, 2000 10:09 PM
> To: Squeak
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> Subject: Help compiling plugins
> I've run into a snag in getting the MPEG plugin working on
> Windows. I've
> got the code compiling without MMX support into a DLL that looks good,
> however, Squeak doesn't seem to want to load it or call any
> of it's exported
> I tried compiling TIPTestPlugin, and that isn't working
> either. But, when I
> re-compile DSAPlugin, no problems!
> I'm using VC++6 (with the latest SP installed)...and Squeak
> 2.8 (and 2.9a)
> I noticed that TIPTestPlugin uses the new primitive
> declaration syntax,
> while the DSAPlugin does not. Could there be a problem
> compiling these new
> style plugins using the MS tools? Can anyone else
> successfully compile
> TIPTestPlugin and call it? The only error indication is that
> when you try
> and call any of the primitives, they fall through and
> fail...debugging the
> process indicates that the DLL is not loaded.
> I know it must be something obvious, but I just can't see it.
> My next step
> is to try it with GCC.
> - Stephen