11-28-2016 07:05 AM - last edited on 09-28-2018 06:23 AM by fcaelen
With Visual Studio 2015 x64, and linking statically with NCSEcwS.lib, I encounter a crash with the following code:
NCSInit(); // The crash happens here
I don't have this issue with Visual Studio 2013 x64.
The call stack is:
NCS::SDK::CHeapsManager::Init() Line 19
NCS::SDK::CBuffer2D::Init() Line 110
NCSInit() Line 640
main() Line 8
The context of this issue is that our own Init/Finish functions can potentially be called multiple times during the program's execution.
Can you tell me if this issue can be reproduced on your side ? And if so, could you tell me if it can be addressed ?
12-02-2016 06:58 AM
Are you using SDK 5.3?
Does the example code also failed in run-time with static link in VS 2015? Or example code works fine, only this particular code setup doesn't work?
12-02-2016 08:38 AM
After testing different versions and compilers, here is what i get when running the code from my previous post:
SDK 5.3 + static link:
- Visual Studio 2013 x64 : crash
- Visual Studio 2015 x64 : crash
SDK 5.2.1 + static link:
- Visual Studio 2013 x64 : no crash
To me, it looks like a regression in SDK 5.3.
To answer your questions, the SDK 5.3 works fine for both compilers except for this particular setup.
12-19-2016 06:32 AM
I received a mail concerning a bug opened on this subject (SR 1-1810525441) but I cannot seem to access it by following the provided link: https://support.hexagonsafetyinfrastructure.com/infocenter/index?page=siebel&view=11&srnum=1-1810525...
This directs me to the old forums, and using my old credentials I cannot access the issue.
I am not sure how I am supposed to view the contents of this issue, could you please advise ?
03-01-2018 12:27 AM
I am still unable to look at the previously mentionned bug, could you please inform me on its status ?
When trying to access the bug I get the following error message:
We detected an Error which may have occurred for one or more of the following reasons:
The responsibility of user 'CHHUET' does not allow accessing view 'INGR Service Request Detail View (eService 2.0)'.(SBL-DAT-00329)
03-07-2018 01:22 PM
We are using a new support system to track product issues, so that old link you were sent is no longer accessible. The problem your reported has been fixed in version 5.4.
Hexagon Geospatial Support