we are currently testing the ABBYY library for an iOS7 project and I'm encountering a problem.

I'm creating the CMocrEngine with createSharedEngineWithDataSources. This is fine and works well with the first image.

If I want to use this shared engine a second time (e.g. a second image to recognize) I'm using [CMocrEngine getSharedEngine]. I expect this returns the shared object and I don't have to create a new instance.

But as soon as I call this I get an EXC_BAD_ACCESS.

I'm using ARC and Xcode 5.1, iOS 7.1 SDK, and a trial license of ABBYY (MSDK42R11GMu_part_889-24_build_4-4-0-172_iOS_Only).

Any help is appreciated as the first oct scans look promising.

Thanks, Bodo

asked 10 Apr '14, 19:22

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Bodo Pfeifer

edited 10 Apr '14, 19:25

In order we could have a better look at the issue please send us to SDK_Support@abbyy.com a sample project with which we could reproduce the described behavior. Please send us also the instruction about how to launch your project.


answered 11 Apr '14, 11:39

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Hi, thanks for the answer.

Sent a sample + instructions to the given email address on Friday.


(14 Apr '14, 16:08) Bodo Pfeifer
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