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rory
 
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 is available

by rory Sat Nov 30, 2019 7:08 am

hello, I have a question, my android app, I made it and tried to install it on my device: android 8: simple app only gadgets and windows, it says this: app not installed.
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munfraid
 
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 beta 1 is available

by munfraid Fri Dec 06, 2019 2:55 pm

Stefan wrote:Load a larger project, not a sample program.
Click on a procedure in the procedure list.
The IDE jump to this place.
Then click into the text.
Do something. Move the arrow keys, press the enter key, add text or delete text.
You'll see, the IDE crashes very often without a message.

I have this problem too, but fortunately only rarely. The crashes only happen in connection with the procedure list. Either as described by you or just by clicking on a procedure. Mostly I work under Windows, it doesn't show up there, only under Linux, and also here only with larger codes. My project has about 9000 lines. I use ubuntu mate 18.04 LTS.
Stefan
 
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 is available

by Stefan Fri Dec 06, 2019 6:59 pm

A long known bug, even with the Purebasic IDE on Linux.
But as soon as people report here, that everything works well for them, such bugs are not taken seriously and of course not resolved.
Fred
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 is available

by Fred Tue Dec 10, 2019 7:53 am

The problem with these kind of bug is to be able to reproduce them. I tried but can't, so I just can't fix it. If you find a clear path which leads to the bug, it will help..
Stefan
 
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 is available

by Stefan Wed Dec 11, 2019 8:27 am

This is very surprising, because I have the problem on different PCs and different Linux distributions. And if you look into the Purebasic forum, you will see that the bug has been known for a long time and it appears to many users.
Take a long code and click on the procedure list to select the procedure. Then go to the editor and do something. Press the DEL key or the down arrow key or the Return key and you will see the IDE will exit without a message.
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Niffo
 
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Re: SpiderBasic 2.30 is available

by Niffo Wed Dec 11, 2019 9:31 am

Confirmed on PB Linux 5.71 x64 :
- Open a standalone "big" file (TabBarGadget.pbi)
- Click on some procedures in the procedure list
- Go to the editor
- Write some text and use backspace and/or down arrow

=> Crash

Very easy to reproduce.
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