Hello, Jucey people. I have a Windows-only issue that’s getting me down. Yes, it’s probably off-topic.
I have a crossplatform Mac/Windows application that’s been running well on both platforms. I made a large number of small changes to it, tested it on the Mac and on Windows in Visual Studio 2010, and it seems to work fine.
However, if I run the executable from Windows Explorer, it brings up the main window - and then, nearly all the time, dies (“XXXX has encountered a problem and needs to close”).
I can run it four different ways from inside Visual Studio 2010 - either the Debug or Release build, and either Start Debugging or Start Without Debugging. It works perfectly every time I’ve tried it.
I have some leads on how to start debugging - but how could this be happening? What’s different when I run a release-build application from VS2010 without debugging and then run it on its own?