Unwanted Explicit variables set to true?

Jerry Daniels jerry at daniels-mara.com
Thu Oct 12 11:35:25 EDT 2006

In Galaxy (and I believe in Constellation) the explicit vars property  
is only set during a compile, and then it is set according to the  
explicit var setting that is "attached" to the object being compiled.  
This is a Galaxy/Constellation convention.

SO...I don't think it's entirely accurate to say Constellation or  
Galaxy has its own setting, but rather the object itself. Small  
difference, but an important one.


Jerry Daniels

Tool makers for the 21st century

On Oct 12, 2006, at 10:23 AM, Stephen Barncard wrote:

> I had this problem and found out it was Constellation, it has it's  
> own settings for explicitvariables. But you didn't mention it, I know.
>> Hmmm.  Recently, 2.7.2 on OS X started to behave as if  
>> explicitvariables was set to true.  Perfectly functioning scripts  
>> opened in the editor would generate unquoted literal errors and  
>> moaning about undeclared variables.
>> I today moved to 2.7.4, confident that the problem would go away,  
>> but it hasn't  -  'put the explicitvariables' in the message box  
>> returns false.  Setting it to false changes nothing.
>> I found nothing on this in the archives since 2003.  Que pasa?
>> Best Wishes,
>> David Glasgow
>> Carlton Glasgow Partnership
>> http://www.i-psych.co.uk
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