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suraimu
09/03/2004 9:23am
Ever think of porting this to Windows? I've already replaced Explorer as my main shell, but I've been looking for a nice, small file manager so I didn't have to load it up every time I wanted to poke around some files.
fReT
09/03/2004 5:44pm
It runs fine on Windows already.

I just don't have time to manage another binary distribution, but the source is all there for someone else to play with. I occasionally fix things that I need to add something but other than that I'm not spending any serious time on it right now.
anon
17/08/2004 8:44am
just wanted to add

ifile is going to replace my explorer.exe when it reaches 1.0 [and even before :D ]
Ben
18/08/2004 9:51am

Hello,

I was intrested in testing i.file for windows, but the curent win32 binary build (v030) crash at startup.

For information I'm on WinNT 4.0 sp6

here is the crashdata:
Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000005
Description: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

Call stack:
------------------------------------------------------------------
780280F7: C:\WINNT\system32\MSVCRT.dll Offset: 0xC (strrchr)
00409621: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\iFile.exe
10053D80: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\Lgi.dll Offset: 0xC18 (GApp8::`vftable')
------------------------------------------------------------------

Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000005
Description: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

Call stack:
------------------------------------------------------------------
780280F7: C:\WINNT\system32\MSVCRT.dll Offset: 0xC (strrchr)
00409621: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\iFile.exe
10053D80: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\Lgi.dll Offset: 0xC18 (GApp8::`vftable')
------------------------------------------------------------------

Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000005
Description: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

Call stack:
------------------------------------------------------------------
780280F7: C:\WINNT\system32\MSVCRT.dll Offset: 0xC (strrchr)
00409621: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\iFile.exe
10053D80: C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\Lgi.dll Offset: 0xC18 (GApp8::`vftable')
------------------------------------------------------------------


I know this is not in your top priority list, but if you happen to be able fix it in a blink (you never know ^^), I will enjoy using i.file on windows.


thank you

Ben
fReT
18/08/2004 11:22am
Ben: Try the Debug Build. It might give me a better idea where the crash is.
Ben
18/08/2004 11:46am

Ok I've run it:
first error, he couldn't find msvcrtd.dll, so I've download it from http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msvcrtd

But next same error :

Crashdata.txt:
Unhandled Exception
Code: c0000005
Description: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

Call stack:
------------------------------------------------------------------
10242F4C: C:\WINNT\System32\MSVCRTD.dll Offset: 0xC (strrchr)
0041C74C: C:\Code\i.File\Code\Node.cpp Line: 181
77F1B9EA: C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll Offset: 0x117 (GetProcessPriorityBoost)
------------------------------------------------------------------


ifile.txt:
Image=C:\WINNT\System32\MSVCRTD.dll Address =10242F4C Offset=00042F4C hInstance=10200000Image=C:\WINNT\Profiles\gfj515\Desktop\ifile\iFile.exe Address =0041C74C Offset=0001C74C hInstance=00400000Image=C:\WINNT\system32\KERNEL32.dll Address =77F1B9EA Offset=0001B9EA hInstance=77F00000


Thanks for the quick answer

Ben
fReT
18/08/2004 12:51pm
I've updated the debug build with a fix for that particular crash. It's actually passing in a NULL pointer to one function which shouldn't really happen but at least this build shouldn't crash when that happens.

It'll still mean that there is some other problem that I have to work out later.
Ben
18/08/2004 1:26pm

Yes it's working now.

Cool a new fine app from fret to test now ;-)

At first sight, it is fast (like all your apps), I'll have a look to functionalities.

Thank you

Ben
fReT
18/08/2004 1:55pm
Word of warning, the delete doesn't move the file to the trash. It just gets deleted.

Just be careful with the files you use it on. It's still alpha software.
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