Is this something you're calling in the code, or is the top of the call stack when the app seg faults. Also, is this an app included with the SDK or is this something you wrote? I installed the SDK on XP64 and the apps that came with the SDK seemed to still work. However, I've gotten it to work in Ubuntu (with some hacking of course), so I've moved over to that in favor of the GNU development platform.
Originally posted by: Ceq Hi!, I'm using Brook+ 1.3 on WinXP 64 (Visual Studio 2005, Radeon 4850), the only problem I've found is that you can't build 32 bit aplications. Have you installed driver 8.12? Which version of Visual Studio are you using? Do the prebuilt binaries that come with the SDK work? (BROOK/samples/bin)
Yeah, I never got 32 bit apps to work either.
Brook+ doesn't ship 32 bit binaries with 64-bit installer.
The probable reason of this faillure is that Brook+ libraries was built using /MT for release and /MD for debug. You might want to try changing these flags for your application.
Sorry, I was wrong they are using /MTd for debug. Try rebuilding Brook+ runtime on local system and see if it helps.
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