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    ZASM Output Error

    I'm trying to cross-associate ZScript functions, to ZASM, for the purpose of documentation, and while running qa simple test, compiling and ticking 'Output ZASM to allegro.log', the output was garbage:
    Code:
    Ä
    
    H€Š*y–nit
    
    Ä
    This was produced by placing into the compiler buffer:

    Code:
    global script init{
         void(run){
             Sin(30);
             Rand(40);
         }
    }
    Compile + Output ZASM.

    It seems that the declaration of global script init, on its own, produced corrupted assembly.

    I should be seeing pure ASCII output, with ASM instructions. This looks more like binary code represented as ASCII text... What exactly is happening here?

    Further, despite making a fully new quest, and entering only one global active script into the buffer, then compiling, in the ZASM output, I see these lines:

    Code:
    GhostZHActiveScript
    
    GhostZHActiveScript
    
    Ä
    
    H€Š*y–nit
    How is GhostZHActiveScript being retained, and stored in a log file, for a quest with no active script, and no calls to Ghost.zh at all?

    Is this something Saffith added to ZASM?
    Last edited by ZoriaRPG; 06-08-2015 at 02:23 PM.

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