When my relatives moved to Linux
wjm at wjm.org
Thu Nov 9 07:38:59 EST 2006
Are you running this on Linux as a standalone? I bet you are, because the
stack doesn't work on Windows or Mac as a standalone, either.
You're running into the 10-statement runtime limitation with that "do field
Easy way to fix that:
put 0 into fld "SSS"
repeat with i = 1 to 14
if the vis of img("Y" & i) = true then add 1 to fld "SSS"
put fld "SSS" into SSUM
if SSum = 14 then
put empty into fld "SSS"
Then in the card or stack script,
wait 50 ticks
visual effect venetian blinds
The loop condenses your "brute force" script considerably.
Or, just put the whole thing into an object that is static.
"Bill Marriott" <wjm at wjm.org> wrote in message
news:eiv6er$ope$1 at sea.gmane.org...
> FWIW, it seems to work as intended on Windows.
> Now, what exactly happens on Linux? And which flavor of Linux?
> I looked at the script of your stack... you really like the "brute force"
> approach to programming, it seems! I can't quite figure out what it all
> does or how... maybe you could run the debugger and at least indicate
> where it seems to go south in the code?
> Richmond Mathewson reported:
> I made a jolly little stack (on a Mac computer),
> Worked on Mac,
> Nothing doing on Linux.
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