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Offline jcompton

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--traify problem in 124
« on: May 26, 2003, 08:52:55 PM »
In accidentally forgetting an = I seem to have exposed a problem with traify and dialogf.tlk references.

This passage:

IF ~~ gifttalk1
SAY ~(Anomen bounds up and thrusts a small sack into your hands. The sack itself feels waterproof, and inside are a variety of paper-wrapped nuggets, along with loose shards and chunks of a dark substance with a bittersweet aroma to it. At his urging you taste a sliver and the explosion on your tongue is both sweet and pleasantly bitter.)~
= ~(As the pleasant effects seem to skip your stomach and head straight for your bloodstream, Anomen smiles at your expression and cuts off your unspoken question.) It is a confection made from an exotic Maztican plant, called "choclatl." No, my lady, it was not easy to acquire, and no, I have not raided the party coffers in order to procure it. The rest, I fear, must remain secret.~
~(He strides off, practically strutting with glee at his coup.)~
IF ~~ EXIT
END


is missing an = between the second and third lines.

It was traified to

IF ~~ gifttalk1
SAY @52
= @53
~~
IF ~~ EXIT
END



In the resulting TRA, @53 DOES have both lines present as they should be.

So, the core issue is that WeiDU is leaving vestigal ~~ behind when it traifies a dialogf.tlk line. This bug is actually fortunate since it exposes a mistake I made, but it's also a bug. :)
 
« Last Edit: May 26, 2003, 08:53:43 PM by jcompton »
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--traify problem in 124
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2003, 09:15:34 AM »
I was here just to report that bug!!!

 :blink:  O...k... thanks Jason

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--traify problem in 124
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2003, 07:18:24 PM »
Fixed.  

 

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