.Net Seems to be Causing DLL Memory Leak?

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  1. Hi

    My colleague wrote a DLL in VB6. I wrote a simple C program to call some of
    the methods in the DLL. The methods are called successfully but at the end of
    the program I get a "Memory Could Not Be Read" error. I ran this program on
    MS windows 2000 OS SP1 with MS Visual Studio .Net installed.
    After analysing the code and not finding much wrong with it I then tried the
    same code on a machine without MS Visual Studio .Net and it ran fine. Is
    there a problem caused by having Visual studio .Net installed? (It seems to
    be from some of the web sites I visited on the matter but please could
    someone confirm it)

    Thanks
    Kind Regards
    Ilan Ossin
    =?Utf-8?B?SWxhbiBPc3Npbg==?=, Feb 28, 2005
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  2. =?Utf-8?B?SWxhbiBPc3Npbg==?=

    Amit Bahree Guest

    Hmm, since this is all unmanaged code and has nothing to do with .NET, I
    am not quite sure how just having the framework cause an issue.

    "Ilan Ossin" <> wrote in message
    news::

    > Hi
    >
    > My colleague wrote a DLL in VB6. I wrote a simple C program to call some of
    > the methods in the DLL. The methods are called successfully but at the end of
    > the program I get a "Memory Could Not Be Read" error. I ran this program on
    > MS windows 2000 OS SP1 with MS Visual Studio .Net installed.
    > After analysing the code and not finding much wrong with it I then tried the
    > same code on a machine without MS Visual Studio .Net and it ran fine. Is
    > there a problem caused by having Visual studio .Net installed? (It seems to
    > be from some of the web sites I visited on the matter but please could
    > someone confirm it)
    >
    > Thanks
    > Kind Regards
    > Ilan Ossin
    Amit Bahree, Mar 9, 2005
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