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FSUIPCClient DLL V3 - 64 bit


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I've been using your Beta of the V3 dll for several months and it performs flawlessly!

I saw on another post that you recompiled the v2.4 to x64, but it seems that the V3 was last compiled before that post and appears to be x86.

Any chance of putting a 64 bit version out.



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Hi Paul.

I'm getting an error when calling the FSUIPC.AITrafficServices.RefreshAITrafficInformation.  I've tried limiting it to just Ground or Airborne traffic and still get this error:

Index was outside the bounds of the array.

   at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.Insert(TKey key, TValue value, Boolean add)
   at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.Add(TKey key, TValue value)
   at FSUIPC.FSUIPCConnection.AddOffset(Offset Offset)
   at FSUIPC.Offset.initDataInfo(String DataGroupName, Int32 Address, Int32 length, Boolean WriteOnly)
   at FSUIPC.Offset`1..ctor(String DataGroupName, Int32 Address, Int32 ArrayOrStringLength, Boolean WriteOnly)
   at FSUIPC.Offset`1..ctor(String DataGroupName, Int32 Address, Int32 ArrayOrStringLength)
   at FSUIPC.AITrafficServices.RefreshAITrafficInformation(Boolean UpdateGroundTraffic, Boolean UpdateAirbourneTraffic)
   at FSUIPC.AITrafficServices.RefreshAITrafficInformation()
   at P2ASim.P2ASimulatorFSUIPC.OnSecondTimerFired()

I believe there are about 28 AI aircraft airborne when this happened.

Thanks for your help,



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I've tested it here and it works fine.

Usually when Dictonary<> throws this kind of error it's a threading problem. Is the call to RefreshTrafficInformation() on a background thread? I see it originates from some kind of timer.

If you can post the relevant code from your program it might help me see the problem or recreate it here.



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Thanks for your help on this.

I think the issue is that I was iterating through the TrafficServices.AirbourneTraffic collection directly and if that took longer than my One Second timer, I was getting the error.

I have changed the code to create a new collection and copy the traffic to that before iterating.  This seems to have stopped the errors.

Thanks again,


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