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Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2

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JMC31337

quick ?


 


Why the hell does my dev-c++  crash with exception c0000005 for any 


memcpy


memset


memove


 


Rootkit??


 


ridiculous!

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GaBoR

Use Codeblocks or Codelite instead.


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JMC31337

After careful observations.. fig'd out that including the following as linker options:


 


-lwinmm -lgdi32 -lws2_32 -lpsapi -masm=intel -lcomctl32 -DWIN32 -D_WIN32_IE=0x600 -D_MSC_VER=1100 -liphlpapi -lPSAPI -lwsock32


 


is all well.. with memcpy, zeromemory, memset, memmove  (memcmp  always works no matter what)


 


but the above API will throw that c0000005 access violation upon compiling if you include 


-lntoskrnl


 


 


test it:



#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
int main()
{
// define two arrays u, v and initialize u
int u[5] = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5}, v[5];
// copy u to v
memcpy(v, u, 5*sizeof(int));
// display v
for (int i = 0; i < 5; ++i)
printf("v[%d] = %d\n", i, v[i]);
getchar();
return 0;
}

add -lntoskrnl and it will error out.. otherwise it compiles/runs fine


 


 


 


 


removing the -lntoskrnl


CPU - main thread, module ZMemSee

 

EAX 00000000

ECX 0022FFB0

EDX 7C90E514 ntdll.KiFastSystemCallRet

EBX 7FFD9000

ESP 0022FFC4

EBP 0022FFF0

ESI 0012B3FC

EDI 7C901000 ntdll.RtlEnterCriticalSection

EIP 00401220 ZMemSee.<ModuleEntryPoint>

 

 

adding -lntoskrnl: [C0000005 ACCESS VIOLATION]

 


CPU - main thread, module HAL

 

EAX 00000000

ECX 000008A1

EDX 7C90E514 ntdll.KiFastSystemCallRet

EBX 003F0CE6 Jump to HAL.HalInitSystem

ESP 0022F9E0

EBP 0022F9F0

ESI 00000D94

EDI 00000001

EIP 006ADD5E HAL.006ADD5E

 

 

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JMC31337

Use Codeblocks or Codelite instead.

you're not the first to say that.. thats for sure.. can i run em off usb like i do Dev-C++

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atom0s

Dev-C++ is extremely outdated and uses a very old version of MingW as its compiler. If you have issues with it, its probably due to its age.


You could try updating to a newer version of MinGW and have Dev-C++ use that instead.


 


You are better off looking for a better/newer IDE and compiler though, since the one you are using is really outdated and unsupported now.


 


My personal favorite is Visual Studio. I use 2013. (This is my opinion, and not a must, you are free to use whatever you want.)


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JMC31337

Thnx, I'll grab both portables (though 64 bit version will be for "just in case scenario")

I'll let ya know, since dev-c++ mirrors broke I haven't searched for more up to date ...

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CondZero

I would personally recommend the Visual Studio also. I used to use lcc, but had problems with it.


The IDE ain't so bad either especially with the Visual Assist.


 


CZ


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JMC31337

hey dont get me wrong; i enjoy using the Visual Studio C++ and C# stuff from MCSFT... I really do... The IDE makes it easy.. but the download install time is out of control for some of these IDE..  when i can use command line compiling for C# and use a free small portable C++ IDE... 


 


besides years of doing ASM with TASM32 and C++ with Dev-C (even ASM a lil with Dev-C) , some habits die hard


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