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Hi. I'm trying to use BoundsChecker to check my sources in VC++ .NET 2003 (BC version 7.1). When i try to run my project (one exe and 8 dll's in solution), VC is crash and close without any message. Is anybody here have same problem ? Does anybody know, how to fix it ? Thanks and excuse my english :-). Petr

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I had no choice, it woudln't let my programs compile, run, or exit properly, and the pestering "BUY A LICENSE" messages drove me to the brink of insanity.

(Visual C++ 6.0) btw.

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I had no choice, it woudln't let my programs compile, run, or exit properly, and the pestering "BUY A LICENSE" messages drove me to the brink of insanity.

(Visual C++ 6.0) btw.


And have you any other "bugs detector" ?

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I had no choice, it woudln't let my programs compile, run, or exit properly, and the pestering "BUY A LICENSE" messages drove me to the brink of insanity.

(Visual C++ 6.0) btw.


And have you any other "bugs detector" ?


Nope. [bawling]

I'm just, once again, being very careful with my memory operations.

As usual, first sign of things going wrong, I assume buffer overflow.

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