openMSX bugs

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By Metalion

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04-10-2020, 01:07

Manuel wrote:

can you check whether the issue is still there with this openmsx.exe: http://openmsx.org/temp/16.0-debug/openmsx.exe ? This is just 16.0 openMSX.exe, but compiled by myself, so I can quickly build debug versions to get more info.

Unfortunatley, my firewall does not allow me to download directly a .exe file.
Can you provide me a link with a .zip file ?
Thanks.

By jonesypeter

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04-10-2020, 09:54

Thanks for the explanation. I will save the files as you say.

By Manuel

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04-10-2020, 11:21

Metalion wrote:
Manuel wrote:

can you check whether the issue is still there with this openmsx.exe: http://openmsx.org/temp/16.0-debug/openmsx.exe ? This is just 16.0 openMSX.exe, but compiled by myself, so I can quickly build debug versions to get more info.

Unfortunatley, my firewall does not allow me to download directly a .exe file.
Can you provide me a link with a .zip file ?
Thanks.

Replace exe with zip and it should be OK. Zipped the files.

(You don't have control over what you may download on your own PC???)

By Metalion

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04-10-2020, 16:28

Manuel wrote:

Replace exe with zip and it should be OK. Zipped the files.

Still does not work.
Same 'Multibyte error' (by command window).
Furthermore, Catapult does not recognize it as a valid executable.

Manuel wrote:

(You don't have control over what you may download on your own PC???)

It's my work PC, so I do not really have control over the firewall and protection strategies.

By Manuel

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04-10-2020, 18:52

Metalion wrote:
Manuel wrote:

Replace exe with zip and it should be OK. Zipped the files.

Still does not work.
Same 'Multibyte error' (by command window).

Good, that means we can dig deeper.

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Furthermore, Catapult does not recognize it as a valid executable.

Huh, but it works fine?? What exactly happens then?

Can you try also the openmsx-debug.zip? That one prints some more debug data when the error happens. Rename after unzipping to openmsx.exe.

By Metalion

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05-10-2020, 21:14

Manuel wrote:
Metalion wrote:

Furthermore, Catapult does not recognize it as a valid executable.

Huh, but it works fine?? What exactly happens then?

No, Catapult does not work with this executable.
I had to launch it from command.exe

Manuel wrote:

Can you try also the openmsx-debug.zip? That one prints some more debug data when the error happens. Rename after unzipping to openmsx.exe.

Where is the link to that one ?

By Manuel

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05-10-2020, 21:42

By Metalion

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06-10-2020, 09:16

Manuel wrote:

What error does catapult give?

By ren

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06-10-2020, 11:46

By Manuel

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06-10-2020, 21:33

Thanks ren!

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