LC902 and LC901 Crash with Answer

JJS jjs at krutt.org
Sun Feb 17 08:59:28 EST 2019


That's a good idea too.

Thanks Alex


Jerry

Op 17-2-2019 om 13:18 schreef Alex Tweedly via use-livecode:
> The encoded elements should be OK, if you base64encode() all encrypted 
> or binary data.
>
> Sounds like it could be a bug. But what I'd try is writing varSendData 
> to a local file, and doing
>
> answer "the data is now in <filename>"
>
> to see if that works, and to see if there is anything dubious in the 
> variable when written to the file.
>
> Alex
>
> On 17/02/2019 12:12, JJS via use-livecode wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> anyone had this before? with LC902 community on win10 64bits
>>
>>
>> When i put 25 variables into a variable like this:
>>
>> put "id=" & tId & "&name=" & tN & "&address=" & tA ......and so 
>> on....into varSendData
>>
>> half of the variables are ---> encrypted--->base64encoded--->URLencoded
>>
>> then
>>
>> answer varSendData ----just to check if it is correct what i post to 
>> my php middleware
>>
>> LC902 crashes, it's just unresponsive and have to close it via 
>> taskmanager
>>
>> Now i did not see this before and it always worked.
>>
>> So deleted preferences file, no luck
>>
>> downloaded LC901, same issue
>>
>> If i uncomment the answer then it works as expected
>>
>>
>> all other answer commands in the script work normally.
>>
>> So is there a limit to what can be shown by the answer command or are 
>> the encoded elements the cullprit?
>>
>> I know with normal text you can show a lot.
>>
>>
>> thanks Sphere(Jerry)
>>
>>
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