Basic4PPC and Net CF 2.0

JJM

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Hi,

Somebody could help me?

From 2 days I can't use any program write with Basic4PPC if in it there are serial instructions (for example Autodet2). I get an error message saying to me, in french :'Une exception native s'est produite...' ->details execption code 0x00000005, exception address 0x011d8fc8, reading 0x00000004.
So i have empty my PPC and if I haven't in the PPC Net CF 2.0 I can use with no problem at all my programs and of course Autodet2 and if reload Net CF 2.0 if get again the same error message.

Best regards
JJM
 

Steve

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I don't have a solution to the problem, but I have tested and confirmed the bug on my HTC Apache. This appears to be the cause of the serial port crash I reported several weeks ago on the forum. Note: the crash occurs even when the compiled application explicitly uses .netCF2.0.
 

JJM

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Hi,

I think I have found the cause of the error: I have put a my_app.exe.config in the directory where my_app is and this my_app has no need NET2 so I have make a conflict with the version 1.1 and version 2 of NET CE. I have erased my-app.exe.config and all is fine.

Has somebody an other solution?

JJ M
 
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Steve

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Erel,

This is discouraging news. I am writing an application that aims to alert me to my surroundings by using a bluetooth GPS receiver and an SQLite database containing street and location data. Does this mean that I will have to pick either realtime GPS reception or the ability to use SQLite for this application? Would compiling a version of the serial library specific to .netCF2.0 make any difference in this situation?

- All my best,
- Steve
 

Steve

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My program runs when the config file is not present on the device. However, once I add the SQLite functionality, I will need to return the config file to the app's directory to use the database. Any other ideas?

Thanks,
Steve
 

Steve

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OK. I look forward to future improvements to the serial library. Right now, though, I can successfully pull XML data from geonames.org and determine my location, speed, and nearby intersection using nothing but Basic4PPC. For this ability alone, I have to thank you for making the necessary tools available at such a minimal cost. As a blind pedestrian, I am eager to decrease the program's reliance on the internet, but for now I will content myself with what I have achieved.

Thanks,
Steve
 

mantex

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Hello

With WM6 and HTC-P3300 i have the same problem. Any Solution please?
Sorry for my bad English!!!

Mantex:(
 

Put Claude

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Hi Erel,

As info: My Acer n300 (WM5) will not work with .Net CF 2.0. and the serial2.dll,
have to stick with net1...

Put Claude Belgium
 
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