> I have a similar AV issue relating to Application.ProcessMessages;
If you have an AV with a call to process messages, it simply means that one
event handler is bugged.
Events handler are like subroutines called from ProcessMessages.
> unfortunately, i absolutely need to call a.pm (because my app does other
> work as well as TCP stuff)
> and it is in a base class that I _can not change_
> Does ICS need to call a.pm? can i tell it not to, and let me do it?
ICS never call ProcessMessages unless you use the blocking functions which
exists in some
components. This blocking behaviour is implemented using the async functions
and by a wait loop.
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