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I want to use FPC to compile my WinApi multi-threaded application but after compilation and running I often receive SIGSEGV error. After debugging, the segmentation fault is ALWAYS in function "fpc_popaddrstack()".
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The application uses hooks and CreateRemoteThread. Thus additional calls to "fpc_popaddrstack()" must not be made. The trick described in that article will not work properly. These calls shall be disabled.
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I do not use "try-except" and "try-finally" blocks in my code and I don't need exception handling.
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My question is: '''How to supress the fpc_popaddrstack() or (better) all routines in unit "except.inc"?''' (any directive to disable it)
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I will be very grateful for a solution to my problem.

Revision as of 01:35, 16 February 2014

fpc_popaddrstack()

I want to use FPC to compile my WinApi multi-threaded application but after compilation and running I often receive SIGSEGV error. After debugging, the segmentation fault is ALWAYS in function "fpc_popaddrstack()".

The application uses hooks and CreateRemoteThread. Thus additional calls to "fpc_popaddrstack()" must not be made. The trick described in that article will not work properly. These calls shall be disabled.

I do not use "try-except" and "try-finally" blocks in my code and I don't need exception handling. My question is: How to supress the fpc_popaddrstack() or (better) all routines in unit "except.inc"? (any directive to disable it) I will be very grateful for a solution to my problem.