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Hi Peter and FSUIPC users.

 

I'm developing plugins for Prepar3D v3 and while debugging, I've noticed that FSUIPC 4.x causes four exceptions during Prepar3D's startup. I first posted this at the Prepar3D forums: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6311&t=115584. There isn't much information provided when the exceptions are raised, but it looks like it's something to do with managed code being called from within DLLStart().

 

Prepar3D still seems to run fine, and I can open the FSUIPC dialog from the menu. Just wanted to mention it.

 

Thanks,

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I'm developing plugins for Prepar3D v3 and while debugging, I've noticed that FSUIPC 4.x causes four exceptions during Prepar3D's startup. 

 

They are breakpoints for P3D debugging, not really FSUIPC exceptions. I can get them when using a debugger even without FSUIPC loaded. Just tell it to continue.

 

I first posted this at the Prepar3D forums: http://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6311&t=115584. There isn't much information provided when the exceptions are raised, but it looks like it's something to do with managed code being called from within DLLStart().

 

FSUIPC does not use any managed code at all. It is all plain C with a few snippets of ASM. And of course the Debug version is not issued so there's no debug code supplied and no PDB.

 

Pete

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