These are chat archives for BSData/wh40k

25th
Jun 2015
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 01:23
Prepping release (check draft); will push in an hour
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 06:54
@whiskeyjuvenile oooooh I see what you did there. Shows we always learn.. Even Jon didn't think of that. I'll implement those right away
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 07:35
Works like a charm! Not only did the resurgence of that modifier allow me to inplement detachment rules, it also enabled me to hide entrys in those detachments like units without the Ravenwing SR in the RWSF or forcing Terminator Armour in the DWSF
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 13:45
Did I both the release or why isn't DA v7 getting published? oo
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 14:17
takes a little
checkl out #1137 and let me know if you think I'm on the right track
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 14:31
quite possibly.. I've had it more than once that, after working with links, the catalogue editor reports everything as valid, but when loading a roster, things explode. Then, when you reload the file, the catalogue editor notices the wrong conditions and modifiers and throws errors
quite possible that this would crash an apple device
Thommy
@senpai514
Jun 25 2015 15:33
I do sync and commit often when I am working on files
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 18:03
ok, found some issues
It has to do with copy-pasting crap and conditions not showing up or being validated in the catalog editor
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 18:26
at least with space marines
still trying to figure out what's up with eldar
i did the no category thing that @amis92 was talking about, but someone's pointing out condition bugs that I can't find yet..
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 18:27
if the SM dex is working now, you should push a release. Otherwise we'll get another dozen reports in the next 5 minutes ;)
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 18:38
I have no idea because I
I'm not encountering the bugs that people are reporting
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 18:59
jesus this bug is annoying
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 19:10
I almost feel like people are fucking with me
Dirk Bachert
@Thairne
Jun 25 2015 21:43
That would be a great many people uniting to make you go mad :P
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 22:32
holy jesus
has anyone actually decompiled battlescribe before?
public List<d.a> a(Roster newRoster, HashMap<Catalogue, List<Selection>> catalogueFavouritesMap, GameSystem gameSystem, boolean lowMemory, int maxValidationThreads)
YES THIS IS FUN
Amadeusz Sadowski
@amis92
Jun 25 2015 22:37
ok first off, it's not strictly legal, license says don't do that. second, yeah, you're not the first one :D
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 22:39
fucking hell dude
you killed the stack trace that I was using AGAIN
Amadeusz Sadowski
@amis92
Jun 25 2015 22:40
yeah that was before I read one of your notes.
oh and so, is the bug now platform-independent?
that helps, I think.
can't you reproduce that bug tough?
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 22:42
is it?
i've only seen it on ios still
or ios and also macbook
so who knows
Amadeusz Sadowski
@amis92
Jun 25 2015 22:43
but the reports are from Windows too
also #1133 suggests there are more of those hanging id refs. :/ not good.
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 22:51
i think i took care of that
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 23:31
oh ffs
it's a god damn ipad bug at this point
#1150
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 23:42
#1133: the text "error loading" "object reference" don't exist in the source code...
I don't know where that error is ocming from
so the "Condition must have a child that exists" is thrown by else if ((b(childId) == null) && (g(childId) == null) && (this.c.b(childId) == null) && (this.c.d(childId) == null) && (e(childId) == null) && (!childId.equals("roster"))) {
messages.add(new d.a(condition, "Condition must have a child that exists"));
b(childId) is entry, g(childId) is entrygroup, this.c.b(childId) is parent force type, this.c.d(childId) is parent category, e(childId) is link
William
@whiskeyjuvenile
Jun 25 2015 23:55
@amis92 you there?
my theory is that there are conditions with an invalid id
this jar finds all ids, then finds all condition ids, and outputs any condition ids that don't match anything