Nasty one here...
I'm running Borland Java Builderr CLient/Server v. 2.
I've got Borland C builder Professional (1 and 3) and NT 4.0.
I've got a very simple jave program that loads a DLL (System.loadLibrary("")) and then tries to create a borland.jbcl.control.ListControl.
It does not RUN under BJB2, but I can DEBUG it and it works fine. If I try to execute it from the command line, I get a floating point exception and the program crashes. If I don't load the DLL, it works fine. The DLL contains only a single summy function.
Under BJB, it works fine.
I hope someone out there has come across this one and knows a fix (not using the ListControl is not my favourite option, cos it's just hiding the bug).