Subject Re: [IBO] IBO inside a dll
Author Geoff Worboys
> are there any known problems when using IBO inside a dll, running a
> script (with an error in it), shutting down, unloading the dll
> (seems to work just fine), but, upon closing the application,
> generates an Access Violation...

> If I try this (via a lot of stuff), when closing the application, it
> generates an Access Violation and I really have no idea where to
> look...

So you unload the DLL after the script has finished? (Sometime before
the application is closed.)

It could be that there is an object around that is trying to access
another object which no longer exists because the DLL has been
unloaded. IBO tends to create a few objects in unit initialization
sections and I am not sure how this will impact your particular

If you can supply the callstack at the time of the AV we may be able
to offer more help (presuming your DLL is enabled with debug info).

Geoff Worboys
Telesis Computing