On Nov 29, 2007, at 1:05 PM, Yoshiyuki Hasegawa wrote: > Robert Purves wrote: > >> >> Yoshiyuki Hasegawa wrote: >> >>> The following symptoms happened to the FB program for AppleEvent. >>> Environment: OSX 10.5.1 Intel MacBook Pro 2.33GHz 2GB. >>> Because Leopard is not installed in PowerPC, it is unconfirmed. >>> >>> Codes who seem that problems it: >>> >>> on AppleEvent( _"Boxd", _"TEXT" ) fn doAppleEvent >>> masg$ = AppleEventMessage$ >>> SendAppleEvent _"Boxd", _"TEXT", @masg$ + 1, len( masg$ ) : >>> Maybe, this is a problem. >>> >>> Symptom: >>> >>> The spinning ball turns when the program executes any code and it >>> stops (For about five minutes). >>> It is not 100% though the symptom appears at the probability from >>> about 80 to 90%. >> >> Please post a short complete runnable program that demonstrates >> your bug. Then others can try to reproduce it on OS X 10.4. >> > > It is a post as follows as for the demonstration program. > > Test method: > > 1. Two code Alpha and Beta are separately compiled. > 2. Two programs are booted. > 3. "Send" button is alternately clicked. Both Alpha and Beta receive the message as expected in my testing on a G5 with OS 10.4 and programs built with FB compiler. > > As for the demonstration program, the occurrence of the bug is > fewer than an original program. > The bug might not occur in the first boot. They are quit and it > boots it again at that time. > OS is restarted to reproduce the bug or it might have to be > recompile as for the programs. Don't understand what you saying Yoshiyiki. I tried quitting Alpha and Beta and restarting and all work just fine. Not sure what you are saying with restarting the OS. Are you referring to the OS or the Finder? Bottom line: bug could NOT be reproduced with the source and instructions provided. Brian S.