Started by Mohawk20, December 03, 2008, 04:37:08 pm
Quote from: latego on December 04, 2008, 01:45:28 pmTo Jo: it's the kind of message box I get when developing C++ programs in which there is an uncaught C++ exception. Memory allocation does throw std::bad_alloc exceptions; if memory becomes fragmented enough, you could be unable to allocate even small amounts of memory (don't know whether this might happen in TG). Another cause is casting pointers a-la "Indiana Jones" ending dereferencing the wrong kind of object (e.g. using an std::string as if it was an std::vector<void*> ).