Dependency Walker seems to have failed: Error processing the module’s imports table. Warning: At least one module was corrupted or unrecognizable to Dependency Walker, but still appeared to be a Windows module.
I installed it by extracting with innoextract and also via Sandbox but both just extract one Exe. The installation method adds an uninstall exe. There is no shortcut, running exe directly, I simplified path and filename to not contain whitespace too. There is no libs/resources folder next to the exe.
Sunil_Abraham, Wayne_Golding thank you for checking/confirming/reporting!
I’m guessing they have the missing DLLs (or something) installed system-wide, so that on their system the app works fine. I’ve had such issues with Pyinstaller-made apps. My solution was to get a vanilla Win7 installation in Virtualbox and forcing myself to to test the exe before publishing/updating (not a lot of fun but oh well).
He never visited the forum. The User has been most likely carried over from an old Forum.
His last Tweet was 11 years ago and Explosion Generator has been released 8 years ago and a v3 is in develeopment since then. I bet it’s safe to say the App is not only outdated, but dead.
You are trying a compiled app?
Then either it was done in an old version of RealBasic that doesn’t support Win 10, or the installer was set up badly.
My money is on the former, since it works in Windows 7.
You can try right clicking and running in compatibility mode under Windows 10?
Sunil Abraham I am on windows 11 and i also see this error. it happens in debug run as well. I have copied the complete folder as i do for all installations.<<
It sounds like developers using a modern version of Xojo who use the DateTimePicker control seem to have some kind of build error on Windows. Such an issue would be unrelated to this issue, as this is a compiled app that allegedly worked once.
I don’t recommend using DateTimePicker, I tried it and it was clearly incomplete.
No, it’s that we can’t. We can fix problems with source code.
Missing DLLs require you reinstall the program from the source.
If someone were missing DLLs from one of my apps, I would hope you send them to me.
I would sincerely hope that you don’t provide someone claiming to be missing DLLs from my applications with any DLLs. These are files the original installer puts in place. That should come from the developer, not any other source.
Well, Jeff helped him by telling him that it works in Windows 7. And the community helped him by educating him as to the difficulties involved in solving his issue. That’s how we do here, this isn’t StackExchange.