Hello Angus,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

These are the number you provide in your changelog :

 

r1250 | angus | 2015-03-26 12:07:09 +0000 (Thu, 26 Mar 2015) | 5 lines

Mar 26, 2015 V8.16

 

r1196 | aguser | 2013-12-01 15:06:38 +0000 (Sun, 01 Dec 2013) | 1 line

 

 

I do not handle any client since this management is internal to
TWSocketServer.

 

The really only thing i do is to send String with SendStr :

 

mpWSocketServer->Addr = "0.0.0.0";

mpWSocketServer->Port = mHostPort;

mpWSocketServer->Proto = "tcp";

mpWSocketServer->Listen();

 

And when i send data :

for (int i = 0; i < mpWSocketServer->ClientCount; i++)

                {

mpWSocketServer->Client[i]->SendStr(frame);

mpWSocketServer->Client[i]->Flush();

}

 

I added the OnBGexception on both TWSocketServer and client :

 

void __fastcall TServerSocketEngine::ClientBgException(TObject   *Sender,

 
Exception *E,

 
bool      &CanClose)

{

CanClose = TRUE;   // Goodbye client !

}

 

In the example i can read :

 

// This event handler is called when a client socket experience a background

// exception. It is likely to occurs when client aborted connection and data

// has not been sent yet.

 

Now, i first receive the Stack overflow Exception, 

then the ClientBgException() is called with this Overflow, 

and at least, a couple of seconds later, the program crash on an EAccess
Violation and can't be recovered.

C++ XE3 focus me on the line 16233 of the file OverbyteIcsWSocket.pas below
the line of begin :

 

procedure TCustomSslWSocket.Do_FD_WRITE(var Msg: TMessage);

var

    Len        : Integer;    // How much to send

    Buffer     : array [0..16383] of AnsiChar;

    NumRead    : Integer;

    NumSent    : Integer;

    Err        : Longword;

begin

    if (not FSslEnable) or (FSocksState <> socksData) or

       (FHttpTunnelState <> htsData) then begin

        inherited Do_FD_WRITE(msg);

        Exit;

    end;

 

I really don't know what can i do anymore !

 

PS : Is it normal that i can't compile ICS in release mode ?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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