I've searched this board and found this topic 2 times, but the solutions don't apply for me. Therefore I came to the point of posting it again hoping I can find a way to solve the issue.
Delphi version 5.0
madExcept version 4.0.21
I've created a blank application with nothing more than a button which does the following to create an exception:
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integer(nil^) := 0;
- When I start the compiled exe and click on the button I get a standard Windows error message saying "[...] write of address 00000000". Nothing else.
- When I start the program within the Delphi Environment with [F9] and press the button following happens:
1) I get a Delphi exception message and the program halts on the position of the assignment as above.
2) I press [F9] again.
3) The program form apperars again (goes on running) and the desired madExcept error message appears with the bug report.
So what can be wrong with the compiled exe file?
According to hints from other posts I have already attached the file madExceptWizard.txt from my desktop which I emptied and then compiled the project with madExcept enabled (I had to rename it to .zip to be able to upload it here )
Thanks in advance for any help!