Passing -p as command line option to EXE doesn't work

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Problem:

When running BoundsChecker from a command line such as:

   >bc.exe /Btest.bce test.exe -p

I get a 'A valid executable must be specified with the /B option.' message box, just as if I had not given it an executable, and it doesn't run. Passing any other argument to the EXE on the command line works fine, but -p gets caught up every time. This means that my test.exe can't receive any parameters that are prefaced with -p.

Resolution:

This was a known problem with BoundsChecker v6.0 and previous. This problem was fixed in v6.01 of BoundsChecker.

Old KB# 12253
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