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Home » Developing U++ » U++ Developers corner » [Solved] Instant Upp crash on char input
[Solved] Instant Upp crash on char input [message #46820] Thu, 18 August 2016 16:02
NilaT is currently offline  NilaT
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Registered: November 2011
Location: Austria
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Hello everyone,

I'm working with the latest Upp Version 9251 and 2010 sources with MSC15 for a while now and faced some serious issues (see some of my other threads).
But today I experienced something very very VERY funny and have no clue how to fix it, please help me once again.

Everything worked well so far since the last issues were solved, but suddenly today, my upp crashed.
I discovered that I can force the crash by typing some special characters, like ü or §.
It won't crash at all chars, at some it crashes, at some it works.

As I said, it happened suddenly today... I also made a Video, which you can see here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/nuqke8fcpvuazg0/2016-08-18%2015.50 .35.mov?dl=0

I tried 64 bit Version and 32 bit version, same effect.
I checked my local language settings, but there's no difference...
Maybe a Windows 10 update? But that's not possible because it worked for the last 3 days and there was no update since.
Any help appreciated...

//edit:
Solution found by myself.
The crash only happens in one particular file, which I edited on my building machine once today.
It seems that this editing changed the encoding from ANSI 1252 to UTF-8 (BOM).
I right clicked the file in UPP > Convert to encoding > and changed it to windows-1252.
Not it works again...
God damnit xD
Thanks anyway and maybe it helps someone Wink

[Updated on: Thu, 18 August 2016 16:20]

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