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Offline DavidW

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Bug in fj_are_struct
« on: November 25, 2019, 04:20:54 PM »
If you use the fj_are_struct function to add a container, the item index is set to zero, even if there are other containers with items in.

The fj_are_struct function is complicated enough that I won't offer a direct fix. I'm using this function to fix it after adding a container:

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DEFINE_PATCH_FUNCTION fix_are_container_index BEGIN
    GET_OFFSET_ARRAY cont_arr ARE_V10_CONTAINERS
    item_ind=0
    PHP_EACH cont_arr AS ind=>offset BEGIN
       WRITE_LONG (0x40 + offset) item_ind
       item_ind += LONG_AT (0x44 + offset)
    END
END

Offline Wisp

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Re: Bug in fj_are_struct
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2019, 09:51:06 AM »
Fixed.

 

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