[F] Runtime Error

bug-fixed

#1

I am getting the following error:

.\mtdirectoryreader.cpp
Line 350

This is when opening 50k files which hasn't been a problem previously, though I have added cover art to a lot of files recently. Would this increase memory requirements?

I have noticed after the crash that virtual memory usage is around 2GB but I have set a 4GB swap file and have 1.5GB ram. Also happens with v2.39

=======================================================================
=========
Mp3tag v2.38 - 12.11.2007 - 16:50:50
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OS-Version: Windows XP Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Build: Apr 29 2007 13:30:47
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AppPath:  21.510.967.296 Bytes frei (C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\)
DataPath: 21.510.967.296 Bytes frei (C:\Program Files\Mp3tag\data\)
TempPath: 21.510.967.296 Bytes frei (C:\DOCUME~1\Peter\LOCALS~1\Temp\Mp3tag v2.38\)
================================================================================

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
CATCH
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
File:		.\mtdirectoryreader.cpp
Line:		350
================================================================================

Is 65385 a magic number
#2

This happens very likely due to not enough memory being available anymore since embedded cover art also needs to get copied into the memory.

The current Development Build gives an error message in situations where not enough memory is available.

Kind regards,
Florian