|Subject:||Re: How to cre8 Internal Error C11919 (for geeks and masochists)|
|Posted by:||Thomas Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Sat, 30 Sep 2006|
Clay Shannon wrote:
> I made a dumb mistake and, although my app compiled fine (passed the
> syntax check gauntlet unmolested), it wouldn't run because I was getting:
> [Pascal Fatal Error] JCPClientDM.pas(1748): F2084 Internal Error: C11919
> On closer examination of the method where the compiler barfed, I saw I had
> made a dumb boo-boo:
Have you posted that to Quality Central yet? If not, please do so. Even
though the code contains an error, it should not cause internal errors but
just a compile error which tells you what is wrong.
After thinking about it, I don't think the code is syntactically wrong,
since Pred() is supposed to work on enum types and boolean is an enum type.
It should create a runtime error when Pred(false) is called.
But whether it is a syntax error or not, it should not crash the compiler,
so please report it.
How to cre8 Internal Error C11919 (for geeks and masochists) posted by Clay Shannon on Thu, 28 Sep 2006