Chris Humphries wrote:
> It looks as if the crash I was getting in swish_132.exe and SWISH_2.exe was
> my fault. I was using a modified version of the spider that wasn't passing back
> response files where SWISH expected them. Consequently the program crashed.
It still shouldn't crash. Sounds like the error handling needs a look.
My guess is that some bit of code is making an assumption about the
> Does SWISH ever check to see if it can load the files the spider outputs?
If it does not then it should.
> Sorry for the false alarm.
I'd consider anything capable of crashing a program well worth reporting
and debugging. These sorts of silly bugs in the code can cause hours of
troubleshooting nonexistent problems for the end user.
I'll still try to get a debug build out. And, I'll try to crash SWISH-E
with a bad spider in the debugger to have a look. (I think I already
know where this problem will be.)
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Received on Mon Jul 3 14:09:07 2000