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Hm, when doing some coding I noticed that TinyFMOD actually generates an access violation:

First-chance exception in test.exe (WINMM.DLL): 0xC0000005: Access Violation.

It’s caught by the MSVC runtime libs, but it still occurs at the calloc on line 336 in FMUSIC.C.

Is this correct?

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Well, it doesn’t crash since the exception is caught and trapped, but the Output-pane in Visual Studio shows the Access Violation message I mentioned.

This even happens in the supplied example that comes with TinyFMOD, so there are no other bits of code corrupting anything…

Anyway, since it’s not a showstopping bug it’s not too bad, but I just wondered if this behaviour was known to you.

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