OutOfBoundsException in Windows Runtime

Hey guys,

I have a client trying to run one of my 64 bit apps using 2016r1.1 and they are getting an OutOfBoundsException that appears to be coming from the Windows Runtime dlls.

Getting:

OutOfBoundsException
Runtime Error
Please report what caused this error along with the information below.
Common\\ClassLib\\RuntimeThread.cpp: 1547
Failure Condition: !sCurrentThread->mCurrentException

Then you get the “Application has stopped working” dialog.

So I don’t think it’s a Xojo exception as it doesn’t trigger any of my exception handler code. And it just crashes.

Anyone has ANY idea what this is? I try it on my Windows machine and it’s fine.

Please report via Feedback.

Really? Ugh. I will then. But I have no more information than this. I don’t have a reproducible project. So I’m sure Xojo will say, “Case closed. Can’t Reproduce…”

:frowning:

Was hoping there was something on my end that was causing this…

I’ll have to fire up 2015r4 and compile my app for my customer…

<https://xojo.com/issue/43777>

Of course it would be nice if you have a receipt to reproduce.

Something with threads and exception handling.