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by Fellow
28 Nov 2013, 22:21
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: UDPController SIGABRT
Replies: 11
Views: 4456

Re: UDPController SIGABRT

I've updated the library to 1.2.2 and the issue seems fixed!

Thanks for the update.

Jonas
by Fellow
20 Nov 2013, 19:11
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: UDPController SIGABRT
Replies: 11
Views: 4456

Re: UDPController SIGABRT

Thanks for the update. Same issue on both the device and the simulator. Some more info: 2013-11-20 10:37:44.683 DevProject[11447:a0b] [SFS - INFO]UDP Handshake written: Binary Size: 36 80 00 21 12 00 04 00 01 69 05 00 00 00 00 00 00 ..!.....i....... 00 01 00 01 75 04 00 00 00 1a 00 01 63 02 01 00 .....
by Fellow
19 Nov 2013, 22:41
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: UDPController SIGABRT
Replies: 11
Views: 4456

UDPController SIGABRT

Hi, We want to update our iOS SFS library from 1.1.5 to 1.2.1 but we are running into a problem. The UDPController crashes when trying to connect. The attachment shows the crash. This is our setup: - (void)initializeSF { _smartFox = [SmartFox2XClient smartFoxWithDebugMode:NO delegate:self]; [_smartF...
by Fellow
03 Mar 2013, 18:23
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

Thanks for the quick reply! Great service!

We'll do some testing this week and we'll try to find a scenario where it always crashes.
We'll also give you some more details about how many messages are being sent and what there size are.

Thanks!
Jonas
by Fellow
03 Mar 2013, 05:13
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

Our QC team is currently testing our app intensively and we are seeing that 85% of the crashes are happening because of an exception thrown by the smartfox library. We are seeing 2 different types of exceptions: Type 1: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient. Size: 0 byte(s) (happens 4...
by Fellow
20 Feb 2013, 19:32
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

Ok, thanks. We get that error quiet a lot when we are developing our game and because we use the debug it crashes constantly. It doesn't crash when we make a release build (just like Apple says in that documentation "reserved for programmer error only"). So I guess there is no solution for...
by Fellow
20 Feb 2013, 04:45
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

Well that is just the general try catch structure. The question is more, where do you place that code?
Is the main the only place where you can catch that error? Isn't it too late then already?
by Fellow
19 Feb 2013, 06:06
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

Ok thanks. I've reading the documentation as well but I couldn't find anything about catching an exception that is thrown by the smartfox library.
by Fellow
14 Feb 2013, 06:24
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient
Replies: 13
Views: 5592

Re: Can't decode an SFSObject. Byte data is insufficient

We are still running into the same problem. If we want to catch this error where would we place our try catch blocks? Is there a way to gracefully catch errors that are thrown by smartfox? Currently our application crashes completly when smartfox throws an error because the exception goes all the wa...
by Fellow
16 May 2012, 02:02
Forum: SFS2X iPhone / iPad / OSX API
Topic: Discard UDP packet
Replies: 12
Views: 4701

Re: Discard UDP packet

Hi, I have been following this discussing since Jan posted it. I have the same problem. It's really annoying because I have to restart my SFServer all the time. Could you release a next version of the OSX API in the near future? This bug has been reported on the 5th of April (almost a month and a ha...

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