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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2006 11:46 pm
by mgreen
I compiled my first Architect program on a Palm T5, the CControls example using the modified CControls from the Architect distribution package. All of the sources are stored as memos and it seemed to compile just fine. I used the debug RT (for no special reason) and tried to run the example. It immediately gets a fatal OS error (palmdbmemo.cpp line 13) with a soft restart. I wonder whether this is related to the new memo DB compatibility problem that I've been experiencing. In particular, all of the "legacy" programs that access the old memos database get some kind of a fatal OS error even though the new memo application works fine and Mark/Space sync and MemoPad desktop application work fine. These "legacy" programs include PocketC, PalmPrint, PrintBoy. If I erase the memos databases and beam copies of the memos over from an old Handspring Visor, everything works fine until I hotsync my memos conduit again. The PocketC Architect compiler doesn't seem to have this problem. What's different?

PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 12:13 am
by mgreen
Quick update ... I beamed all my memos over to the Visor, deleted the MemoDB and MemosDB-PMem databases, ran Memos once to reinitialize the databases, reentered the categories I use, then beamed the categories back to the T5. The CControls example works fine. This is not a solution since I can't sync memos with the desktop and, sometimes, the Memos databases get screwed up again for reasons I haven't discovered ... even without syncing.

PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 2:37 am
by dewey
v4.0.1 will fix this. Thanks for reporting it.