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« on: July 13, 2012, 10:26:13 am »


I downloaded the latest unstable version of CS because I wanted to use the bullet2 plugin. After compilation, all my CS applications crash on runtime, stating that

"The procedure entry point ?AddRefOwner@?$scfImplementation@VFramePrinter@ etc etc. could not be located in the dynamic link library crystalspace-2.1-vc10_d.dll"

I created a new CS application and copied the appsimple1 code over. It complies fine, but on runtime gives me the same error.

None of the bundled CS apps (e.g. appphystut, appsimple1) give this error.

I'me using MSVC++ 2010 Professional.

Could someone help? Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2012, 07:55:18 am »

It's been a while, but this kind of occurrence seems familiar.

Assuming you've followed the instructions for setting up MSVC++ for CS:

If it's a problem with DLLs:

Are the CS dlls is a Windows-approved location? I.e., can your appsimple1.exe find them? One way to test is to copy your .exe into the main CS folder (where the heretofore mentioned bundled applications work) and execute it there. Alternatively, add the main CS directory to your environmental PATH variable.

To avoid the whole dll-finding problem, build CS as a static lib and change the necessary instructions.

But given that your former impl. worked, it's probably something else.
Have you taken a look at the bundled app code? Any differences to do with FramePrinter?
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