"Error description: set: license limit exceeded"
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 15:26:05 EDT 2016
On 15.06.2016 22:15, Richmond wrote:
> So, (swank, swank) I opened up LC 8.0.1 Indy and typed "put the" into the
> Message box, then copy-pasted "scriptLimits()" across from your message,
> at which point the Message box contained this:
> put the ÿþ
> I was unable to DELETE anything in the Message Box.
> which is both odd and problematic.
> So, stopping trying to be clever (!) I typed "put the scriptLimits()"
> into the Message box and got:
> Script compile error:
> Error description: Handler: bad command
> which is also not much use.
> I then opened LC 7.1.4 (because the Dictionary in Livecode 8.0.1
> 64-bit Linux is a non-starter)
> and looked up "scriptLimits()" and read:
> Deprecated in Livecode 6.7.
> At which point I felt bl**dy silly that I didn't check that first.
> On 15.06.2016 21:35, Dar Scott wrote:
>> I would very much like to be Indy disqualified.
>> As to the error, it seems it has come up a few times in discussions
>> over the years.
>> Because of the word 'set', it feels like it has to do with too many
>> lines in a script that is set in a standalone. But, I thought those
>> limits had been removed. Just it case, scriptLimits() can be
>> checked. It should be 0,0,0,0.
>>> On Jun 15, 2016, at 12:23 PM, Richmond <richmondmathewson at gmail.com>
>>> Your income has probably just exceeded $500,000; after all, the Indy
>>> version of Livecode
>>> has a built-in income detector :P
>>> On 15.06.2016 21:19, Dr. Hawkins wrote:
>>>> I am getting this error message. This should not be happening on
>>>> an indy
>>>> license with more than a year left.
>>>> For that matter, I have no idea what it means:
>>>> Error description: set: license limit exceeded
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