12 Apr 2002 cactus   » (Master)

So, finally found the bug in ORBit that made my C++ test apps crash when using arrays of fixed-length types as output arguments. I don't understand why ORBit worked in the first place -- instead of checking for the fixed-ness of the array, for some reason, the fixed-ness of the method definition itself was checked, which of course always returned false.

If that doesn't make any sense to you, consider yourself lucky.

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