|Posted by:||Chad Z. Hower aka Kudzu (cp…@hower.org)|
|Date:||Thu, 4 Mar 2004|
"Rex Bloom" <r…@kalos-inc.com> wrote in news:0F4990E34E94E240rex@kalos-
> BCB5, Indy 9.0.14
> // Dont Free. If shutdown is from another Init section, it can cause GPF
> when stack
> // tries to access it. App will kill it off anyways, so just let it leak
> // FreeAndNil(GStackCriticalSection);
> I get CodeGuard errors with this line commented out. Is there a certain
> situation / components used that
> will cause this to be an error?
It just depends on order of init - its not something eaisly fixable and since
Windows cleans it up anyways we just let it go.
GStackCriticalSection posted by Rex Bloom on Thu, 4 Mar 2004