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_Singleton crash on x64 with flag 2

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The simple script below causes an app crash. Should this be supported or am I missing something obvious?

#include <Misc.au3>
#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=y
If _Singleton("Global\testapp", 2) = 0 Then
Exit
EndIf

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archrival

FYI, I've determined it is this call:

Local $aRet = DllCall("advapi32.dll", "bool", "InitializeSecurityDescriptor", _
"ptr", $pSecurityDescriptor, "dword", $SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR_REVISION)

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trancexx

It's a bug. Will be fixed.

Thanks.


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archrival

Is it a bug in the UDF or the AutoIt code? If it is in the UDF I'd love to know what the fix is.

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CreepyGnome

Ditto here.. having saving issue and would love to either hotfix it myself in the UDF. If its not in the UDF, then at least know when it is expected to be fixed in a release.

Thanks!

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trancexx

The bug was inside UDF. This was wrong:

; The size of SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR is 20 bytes.  We just
; need a block of memory the right size, we aren't going to
; access any members directly so it's not important what
; the members are, just that the total size is correct.
Local $tSecurityDescriptor = DllStructCreate("dword[5]")

It should be:

Local $tSecurityDescriptor = DllStructCreate("byte;byte;word;ptr[4]")

That's all.


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archrival

That works. Thank you.

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