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reply solidstate1991 <laszloszeremi outlook.com> writes:
When I try to build a Hello World app for dlangui under VS2017, I 
get this error:

------ Build started: Project: dlangidefirstrun, Configuration: 
Debug Win32 ------
Building Win32\Debug\dlanguifirstrun.exe...

object.Error (0): Access Violation
----------------
0x005BEDEE
0x005D7FD6
0x005A38D0
0x005B3676
0x0053479E
0x005ACE2F
0x005AF442
0x00579BA6
0x005A77F4
0x004EFDDB
0x004ECE29
0x7755F756 in RtlReAllocateHeap
0x7755F673 in RtlReAllocateHeap
0x005D7141
Building Win32\Debug\dlanguifirstrun.exe failed!

I can build the app with dub with no problem, however I couldn't 
find a way to force noGL, and the PC I currently have to use have 
poor graphics acceleration support, so the application crashes 
immediately, and I have no way to trace back the source of the 
issue without mago. I use VS2017 as I couldn't find VS2015 
anymore.
Sep 30
parent Jonathan M Davis <newsgroup.d jmdavisprog.com> writes:
On Saturday, September 30, 2017 17:04:45 solidstate1991 via Digitalmars-d 
wrote:
 When I try to build a Hello World app for dlangui under VS2017, I
 get this error:

 ------ Build started: Project: dlangidefirstrun, Configuration:
 Debug Win32 ------
 Building Win32\Debug\dlanguifirstrun.exe...

 object.Error (0): Access Violation
 ----------------
 0x005BEDEE
 0x005D7FD6
 0x005A38D0
 0x005B3676
 0x0053479E
 0x005ACE2F
 0x005AF442
 0x00579BA6
 0x005A77F4
 0x004EFDDB
 0x004ECE29
 0x7755F756 in RtlReAllocateHeap
 0x7755F673 in RtlReAllocateHeap
 0x005D7141
 Building Win32\Debug\dlanguifirstrun.exe failed!

 I can build the app with dub with no problem, however I couldn't
 find a way to force noGL, and the PC I currently have to use have
 poor graphics acceleration support, so the application crashes
 immediately, and I have no way to trace back the source of the
 issue without mago. I use VS2017 as I couldn't find VS2015
 anymore.
Please post questions looking for help in D.Learn, not in the main D newsgroup/forum/mailing list. That's what D.Learn is for. - Jonathan M Davis
Sep 30