[OT] Plovdiv . . . / hard CASE
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue May 25 15:32:08 EDT 2010
On 25/05/2010 20:40, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> Mark Wieder wrote:
>> Tuesday, May 25, 2010, 10:25:49 AM, you wrote:
>>> There's not enough info to say what's going wrong, but you'd save
>>> yourself a lot of time if you set a breakpoint near the top of the
>>> switch structure and step through it line by line. That would show you
>> Unless you've got some trick in mind I don't know about, that isn't
>> going to help Richmond in a standalone...
> Oh. Oops. Forgot it was a standalone thing. I guess the only recourse
> then is to sprinkle a bunch of answers into the code, i.e., "case 101,
> got here, vis is true", etc. Or better, log all that to a text file.
> Richmond: there should be no difference between the visibility of a
> group in a stack and in a standalone, so I think something else is
> going on. My first impression was that running cross-platform would
> mean that the keycodes aren't the same across OSs, but if you're
> running the standalone on the same system you developed in, then
> that's not it.
I have just tried all possible combinations within the Card script; all
that work in the stack.
Each time; on building a standalone the script fails.
So; what I shall do, is start a new stack that includes those 2 groups
and the card script and
see if that works; and build up my stack from that.
Very, very queer indeed.
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