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I have included several VM macros inside my application. I have made sure that I have not nested any macros, but when I load my application in WinLicense user interface, I get a nested macros message. What's wrong?
If you have not inserted nested macros and you get that message, you might be facing a compiler optimizations issue. Some compilers remove the VM_END marker when they are at the end of a procedure (or after a "return" statement) because the VM markers are in fact dummy code that might be affected by compiler optimizations.
Please, make sure that you avoid putting the VM_END marker after a "return" statement or as the last instruction in a function/procedure.
You can also disable local optimizations. In C/C++, you can disable local optimizations. Example:
#pragma optimize("", off)
// your code
#pragma optimize("", on)