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"Debug process not initialized."

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If I run my application in debug mode and then exit the application, I get a small dialog informing me "Debug process not initialized" — see screenshot. I then have two buttons: "OK" and "Details". When I click "Details" I can see the MadExcept error report. I can't see anything obviously wrong. 

 

Does anyone know how to fix this? All help appreciated!

 

I'm using Delphi DX 10.4.1  

 

Steve

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Three things might solve this, in order

1) Make sure the debugger is closed, use TaskManager/ Process Explorer to make sure there is no leftover process.

2) Restart the IDE

3) Restart your PC, from the report "system up time     : 3 days 17 hours"

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4 hours ago, Kas Ob. said:

Restart your PC, from the report "system up time     : 3 days 17 hours"

Did you work in IT support before you became a developer? :classic_wink:

 

Every time I contact our IT department because there's something wrong with one of the servers, the first thing they ask me is to "restart windows". I've given up on educating them so now I just pretend. My current uptime is 118 days.

 

5 hours ago, Steve Maughan said:

Does anyone know how to fix this?

Try disabling the MadExcept "IDE exception catching". Just to eliminate MadExcept as the cause.

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8 hours ago, Anders Melander said:

Did you work in IT support before you became a developer? :classic_wink:

No, not yet anyway.

8 hours ago, Anders Melander said:

I've given up on educating them so now I just pretend. My current uptime is 118 days.

Duly noted.

Note to self, not restarting an OS for long time is a signal of high level of intelligence, must learn how to use my third eye to stare at the kernel debugger and any driver to that matter to make them go away without restarting.

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On 10/14/2020 at 4:30 PM, Anders Melander said:

Try disabling the MadExcept "IDE exception catching". Just to eliminate MadExcept as the cause.

I disabled MadExcept IDE exception catching and that didn't fix the problem. It was a good idea.

 

Thanks — Steve

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