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devenv Visual Studio crash on termination

I am using devenv to build a solution.

The Solution comprises 2 projects :- one C++ and the other a Fortran
project. I created this solution by automatically converting a Visual Studio
6 project.

When I build the solution in a Visual Studio .NET workspace, it
builds successfully with no errors in either project.

However, when I build the solution using devenv, I get a Visual Studio crash:-

- "Microsoft Development Environment" error dialog
"Microsoft Development Environment has encountered a problem and needs to
close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
- The Error details states :- "An unhandled exception has been caught by the
VSW exception filter."

The command I use is :-

devenv /rebuild DEBUG "proj1.sln"

The build actually completes successfully with no errors, but after the
build has completed the error dialog pops up.

I have successfully built other similar projects (comprising both C++ and
Fortran) without getting the error.

I am running the following set-up :-
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600

Microsoft Development Environment 2003, Version 7.1.3088
Microsoft .NET framework 1.1 Version 1.1.4322

I notice that a (possibly) similar problem has been fixed for C# (see

(Apologies if anybody has seen this on the vsnet.general board. However, I
have been waiting 1 week for a reply, so I looked around for a more suitable
Jul 21 '05 #1
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