[iOS] possible console bug
andre at andregarzia.com
Mon Jul 12 09:26:33 EDT 2021
Besides that original problem, I have another one which is that calls to “do … in widget ‘browser’” are not working on iOS Simulator but work fine on the Desktop and Android. The code has no branching for each system, it is the exact same code in all platforms. There is no error, it simply doesn’t work as if it was not there.
I’m finding all that very odd.
> On 12 Jul 2021, at 13:49, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> I’m writing here before I fill up a bug report because I don’t know if I’m doing things correctly.
> From what I remember, if we did a “put” to stdout, it would appear in the system log on iOS Simulator. Is that still the case?
> I have an empty stack here with a button with the following script:
> on mouseUp
> put “this doesn’t work.”
> put “it still doesn’t work”
> end mouseUp
> When I run that stack on the iOS Simulator, and select the “system log” menu item from the Simulator application, I can see a log of debug information but I can’t see any of my own “put” messages. No matter how many times I click the button.
> Wasn’t that supposed to work?
> This is MacOS Big Sur in a Macbook Air M1 running LiveCode 9.6.3-rc-1
> Om om
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