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My Question is.....

I have come across a good solution for using MDIChild forms in Dll's. However it requires you to Build your Project EXE and Dll's with Runtime Packages. Now the program works beautifully releasing forms (MDICHilds) as it should, but as soon as I try and Exit out I get an Access Violation in VCL30.DPL .. I have tried to block this using exceptions in the FormClose and FormDestroy events of my Mainform which is an MDIForm. Anyone got any ideas on how to stop the Access violation problem as it chews memory big time.

Regards Westy
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by:viktornet
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Hello again!

Are freeing the forms after you create them???

//Vik
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by:westy100697
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Hi Vik,
          I have been using release. This is a technique I use from my D1 days. However I will try free and see if it works.

WESTY :)
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by:viktornet
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Release is not a perfect method,..try changing that to Free here is why,...

When you call FREE method here is what the procedure does,,,,
procedure Free;
begin
  if Form <> nil then
    Form.Destroy;
end;

So it first checks if the object has been freed and if not than it is freed, otherwise it it's not there then the compiler goes to the next method....

Viktor Ivanov

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by:westy100697
ID: 1341085
Vik,
      Yeh I ttried the free method and for some reason it causes even more problems. So what I am thinking after all this is to revert the Dll's (the forms in the Dll's) back to SDI's or just fsNormal. I think it will be much easier at this stage and I will have to spend some more time down the track researching this a bit more. Anyway appreciate your help and if you lock the question I will give you the points because you were at least trying to help me out.

Thanks
   WESTY 8-)
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viktornet earned 200 total points
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Thanks!

I'm going to bed now, and I'll talk to you tommorow after school, and will try to maybe find something about this topic./////

//Vik
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by:westy100697
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Vik,
      I have got a couple of e-mail adressed you can contact me on also and probably the best one is  boabyte@ozemail.com.au. I will give you the points because of the effort you have put in. Once again thanks.

Regards WESTY
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