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vrf Active-X List View causing massive file bloat!

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 13, 2001
We have been suffering with serious memory leaks when importing and running
Vee programs that use ActiveX controls on our latest project (even in
runtime) and have not been able to solve the problem.  I should say this
project is running Vee 6.01.  We have been speaking to Agilent about this.
Agilent has acknowledged a defect and assigned it a priority such that it
will be addressed in any future release.   What we are waiting to hear is if
Agilent will be producing a 6.02 release and if this will include a fix.

Hopefully we will hear soon.

Best regards

Nick



-----Original Message-----
From: owner-vrf@lvld.agilent.com [mailto:owner-vrf@lvld.agilent.com]On
Behalf Of Barrie Walden
Sent: 13 November 2001 19:45
To: Mohrenweiser, Anthony
Cc: vrf@lvld.agilent.com
Subject: Re: vrf Active-X List View causing massive file bloat!

Hi Anthony,

I have been living with this problem for quite awhile - its an
incredible pain!  One thing to note is that you should be able to
prevent it if your code exits normally (not an error exit).  If you have
the problem even with a normal exit, something can probably be done by
changing your code slightly.  There are some old messages on this
subject which I will look for later today (help anybody?).  I also
understand that you might do better if you turn off the debugger
options.

Unfortunately, development needs the debugger and errors are likely.
This means program bloat is going to be a problem sometime.  Because of
this, I never run the copy of the code I am actively editing - I always
make a copy and run it instead.  Like I said - what a pain!  Still, we
can make a copy faster than others can compile.

Barrie
whoi

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