Good folks, all of you who have Win XP!
Please start a new workspace and a new QuickWin application, paste the following code as your source code, build the executable, and insert a breakpoint at line 17. Now begin running the program in debug mode by pushing F5. Repeat pushing F5 very quickly. This makes my system freeze in some minutes after less than 10 times pushing F5. This does not happen if I make a console application with the same code, not either with DLL application even if I USE DFWIN and MessageBox in the DLL. This is just a little example. I have many deeply nested programs in QiuckWin which makes the system freeze a long time and it is impossible to debug them. I didn?t have this problem when I had W2K.
Does this happen to you too?
I have Win XP /SP1 in a Compaq Evo W4000 with a 2 GHz P4 and 256 MB RAM and have updated drivers for mouse and graphics.
Program FreezeTest Implicit None Integer I Real(8) X(10000), Y(10000) Write(*,*) ' *** Start!' X = Acos(-1D0) Y = Acos(-1D0) Do I = 2, 9999 X(I:9999) = X(I+1) * X(I-1) Y(I:9999) = Y(I+1) * Y(I-1) X(I:9999) = - Cos(Sqrt(X(I))) * Sqrt(Y(I)) Y(I:9999) = - Cos(Sqrt(Y(I))) * Sqrt(X(I-1)*X(I-1)) Write(*,*) ' *** I = ', I ! Breakpoint here End Do Write(*,*) ' Finished!' End