RE: Bizarre display behaviour with check boxes
> From: Tom Hilinski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> These are what I would look at initially:
> 1. Alignment: Both your code and the V library should have
> word (16 bit) or quad (32 bit) alignment when compiled and linked.
How do I specify this for mingw32/g++?
> 2. Memory overwrite: Do you have a pointer or array
> overrunning its bounds?
> 3. Reuse of deleted memory?
No, I am pretty sure it's not these. Even the V example code behaves
> Erratic behaviour is almost always the result of some sort of
> memory problem.
Yes, except it's not erratic and is the same even on the V example code.
> Have you tried this with the Borland 5.02 or C++ Builder
> compilers under Win95 (Builder version 5.5 is free from Borland)?
No - I'll give it a go though.
> Hope this helps...
> Tom Hilinski