XBMC_PC Win32 GUI Development Environment for skinners (skin developers) - Printable Version
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- mcgoober - 2006-11-22 16:39
On most of the scripts i try to open to test, XBMC freezes up, and the log shows
09:36:36 M:1658032128 ERROR: CThread::staticThread : Access violation at 0x7c91142e: Reading location 0x00040046
- ashlar - 2006-11-23 12:14
spiff Wrote:so YOU go ahead and do it.Sorry spiff, I was just answering a direct question.
I have stressed over and over how I respect your work and I'm thankful for it. The reason I asked the question regarding how complex it would be, etc. is because I was thinking about paying somebody to do it. Maybe with a joint effort of other users.
Not everybody is a programmer and I think you do appreciate all the success your creation has garnered among general users, not only programmers. But I'll refrain from posting, from now on, as I have a feeling you don't like what I have to say.
Sorry for whenever I bothered you and thanks again for your awesome work.
- spiff - 2006-11-23 12:29
nothing personal man, and i'm sorry if you got offended in any way.
just gets irritating to see users keep trying to convince us to do something we have clearly stated we don't want to do. futile discussion, that's all.
(i didn't do anything in regards to the pc port btw, it was all jmarshall).
- SleepyP - 2006-11-28 01:14
to delete them make a bat with this in it:
so I got my new(er) video card, and now the app crashes as soon as it is run. the bottom of the debug log seems to indicate the problem:
"15:12:33 M:763547648 FATAL: XBAppEx: Could not create D3D device!
15:12:33 M:763547648 FATAL: width/height:(720x480)
15:12:33 M:763547648 FATAL: refreshrate:0
15:12:33 M:763547648 FATAL: 4:3"
Guessing I can't use this one either, huh?
- lolol - 2006-11-28 04:19
do you have directx installaled?
this my be the fault...
- Smokehead - 2006-11-28 12:43
joining a bit late, but anyways .. loads of thanks coming your way for making this possible jmarshall
- nnunodark - 2006-11-28 21:21
geez 90 replies (not undiserved)
- elupus - 2006-11-28 23:07
just for info, the fix for non power of 2 textures are in cvs since a while back, so those of you that got the error on caching fonts should atleast get abit further. The build posted in this thread doesn't include it thou. you'd need a newer build. maybe J could update it.
- Coolgamer30 - 2006-11-28 23:18
elupus Wrote:just for info, the fix for non power of 2 textures are in cvs since a while back, so those of you that got the error on caching fonts should atleast get abit further. The build posted in this thread doesn't include it thou. you'd need a newer build. maybe J could update it.I've tried a new build with that fix but it still crashes after the splash. I guess my graphics card is just not supported. Here is the log file:
- SleepyP - 2006-11-29 00:37
lolol Wrote:do you have directx installaled?AFAIK it's impossible to run Windows XP without SOME sort of DirectX being installed during OS installation. I believe that the old SP1 versions of XP come with DX 7 or 8. I am using DX9c. The error results from using a 2MB video card from 1997 which apparently has no 3D capabilities at all