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I'm hesitant to post it publicly though because I'm reversing a game's save files, and I'm not as familiar with copyright law as I should be :)
would you send me it privately then?
I'm quite disappointed with the low level of responses there - there are a few meaningful ones, but nearly a half are beside the point
This is art: https://www.sultanik.com/pocorgtfo/#0x16
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I have some trouble creating a calculated value. This is my ksy:
- if: heartbeat_settings == 0xC0 id: decivolts_bcd type: bcd(2,4,false) instances: voltage: value: decivolts_bcd.as_int / 10.0
But the instance is not allowed at this level. The value ix 0x30. decivolts_bcd.as_int is 0x1E (30 decimal) which is correct. But I want to expose the voltage value, which is 3.0. Could anyone give me a pointer to how to do this correctly?
- if: ..., first three lines are likely part of
instancesby 2 levels
How do I wrap multiple things into the same if?
You can't, that's exactly what I'm talking about
Uncaught TypeError: Bcd is not a constructor. I have a test page at http://mjo.se/test2.html if anyone wants to take a look.
Note: on a "cold start" (i.e. the first time you compile the spec with imports on that page), you'll unfortunately usually get a
TypeError: Bcd is not a constructor. This is not limited to absolute imports, the relative imports fail exactly the same way at first. It's just another separate bug I discovered while testing it.
The solution is just to compile the spec again (by pressing Ctrl + Enter for example). Then should everything work normally until you reload the page.