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Offline Chun Jiu

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Bugs about script settings in compiler search path
« on: May 27, 2020, 05:19:14 am »
Hi, guys.

I found a bug about script settings, it is in the compiler settings, please see the picture below.

My intention is to need a hook to start the compiler to temporarily set the options that need to be changed in the project.

Then I thought of adding a script function to the compiler search path to start my hook.

But after each exit of C :: B, the next time C :: B is opened, the script becomes two incomplete lines, so it becomes an error.



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Re: Bugs about script settings in compiler search path
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2020, 06:05:47 am »
Okay !

I found the cause of the problem. You cannot add ";" after a single function in square brackets, it will truncate this script string.

Wrong writing: [[ print("."); ]]
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Correct wording: [[ print(".") ]]
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