[vlc-devel] CLI Bindings : AccessViolationException on player

Developer developer at noknok.net
Wed Dec 9 18:19:50 CET 2009

Im a little confused... I believe the INITIAL concern was not only 
getting debugging established, but getting it established using the .NET 

As I use both VLC 1.0.3 and the same wrapper in some projects with no 
problems, If the my assumption is correct in that he is both using the 
.NET Wrapper, and he is also wanting debug output, we need to first 
address a valid VLC installation, then a valid .NET Wrapper use, then 
address any problems. 

My first question (again assuming above), stepping out of the WRAPPER, 
and from a DOS Window, can you instantiate VLC with debugging enabled 
thru command line? (Lets establish a good VLC setup here, with proper 

Once that is yes, then lets look at some code sample you may have in how 
your using the wrapper?


Rafaël Carré wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Dec 2009 08:39:18 -0800 (PST)
> Tony Anecito <adanecito at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Thanks guys this is helping me. I am trying to figure out how to
>> information under windows xp if logging is not working.
>> Rafael if Damien used debug version of vlc would that help him see
>> more info somewhere??
> I don't think so, --enable-debug only enables various assertions in the
> code.
> Note on windows you might run vlc from a unix terminal like msys' rxvt,
> so you'll see messages in the terminal
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