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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouche Vi Britannia View Post
    Compile Error and I can't figure out what I need to do to fix it...

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    LINE 138: Syntax Error, Unexpected Identifier, Expecting RBracket or Number, on Token DOFIREROD_COMBO_POS
    FATAL ERROR P00: Can't open or parse input file!


    The line in question is here, its the first line of the DoFireRod() function....

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    void DoFireRod(){
         int q[DOFIREROD_COMBO_POS]; bool makeflame; int flags[2]={CF_CANDLE1, CF_CANDLE2};
         int q[5];
    Any ideas?
    The declaration of the array is a find-replace error.

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    bool makeflame; int flags[2]={CF_CANDLE1, CF_CANDLE2};
    int q[5];
    I pushed the change to GitHub, and I verified that it compiles in 2.53.
    Last edited by ZoriaRPG; 09-27-2017 at 07:06 AM.


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    Awesome! Thanks. I won't have a chance to play with it till tomorrow.
    Lost my wings and grew 8 tentacles... I've seen enough Hentai to know where this is going....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lelouche Vi Britannia View Post
    Awesome! Thanks. I won't have a chance to play with it till tomorrow.
    The item script should be fine, although you may need to adjust the sprite metrics (constants). I am more worried that I might have some kind of minor error in the light sources code, or something of that nature. Unlike some users, I do not simply presume that my code will always work, but it should be sufficiently commented, and detailed, that you can see what it is doing at every stage.

    The repo version on GitHub has a test global script with a debug feature that you may want to grab, and use, if you encounter problems.


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