selected the point where you wanted to start debugging
I hope you realize that in Red this "point" cannot even exist in a textual program at the time of debugging (e.g. code generation). Traditional breakpoints are extremely limited, and cover only a naive, static subset of the language.
Type help or h or ? for help at the prompt (rdbstep) *** Script Error: stepnext does not allow string! for its redsrc argument *** Where: stepnext *** Stack:
send-keys, which is a Windows-only GUI lib for keystroke pumping. Another was an old Install Helper app that launched apps, watched for dialogs and interacted with them, etc.
red.exefor Windows (22-Sep-2019, sha: 7daa2dd5) and compiled the console (yielding
gui-console-2019-9-22-34786.exe) but, strangely, when I ask for
about, it gives me
Red 0.6.4 for Windows built 20-Sep-2019/18:03:51+02:00 commit #04daa5e, which is a much older version. What am I doing wrong? Also, I can't see a commit with sha: 7daa2dd5 anywhere.
04daa5eis from 20-sep.
pair!type to use
float32!components instead of
integer!. As using floats for pairs is not always desirable (because of side-effects in float handlings), we are considering keeping the
pair!as is, and introducing a new similar 2D type, but relying on floats. The hard part, as usual, is coming up with a proper syntax for such type (in addition to a proper name). So we are proposing
coordinate!for such new type name and using the same syntax as pairs, but with mandatory decimal markers, e.g.
1.0x2.0. Such type would allow also an optional third coordinate. Would such syntax be acceptable?