Colour values change when I use Xojo’s save restore function. So throughout my project control colours change, default colours change for variables and constants in the IDE too.
I would have assumed it would have been fixed by now but maybe nobody has reported it? It has existed for a while. I had the same issue in 2015 r1.
In order for me to enter reproducible feedback, I would have to know how I can trigger a Xojo bug that would make me use the restore function.
Who else has had this?
Also, when I get rid of a breakpoint during runtime Xojo crashes. So that’s how the crash occurred.
I have had this & yes it is painful. Now I save every time I debug build (through a build step).
I tend to save regularly and use source control to be able to roll back unwanted changes
I’m doing that now. Thanks for the tip.
So anybody know if I am to create a new feedback report or this has already been dealt with through the feedback system? I didn’t find the feedback case earlier.
Feedback will force you to search for your issue before you can create a new one. If you don’t find an existing case for your issue, please make a new case.
I have been doing that for years. i have been bitten in the past.
To save or not to save, that is the question!
in my build steps for ALL platforms, right before the build (actual step), is “save”.
lost too much stuff in the past hitting a bug. Especially with pre-GA versions of the IDE.
A Pascal would have said : if you save, you lose nothing, and you have a chance to win everything
[quote=292890:@scott boss]in my build steps for ALL platforms, right before the build (actual step), is “save”.
lost too much stuff in the past hitting a bug. Especially with pre-GA versions of the IDE.[/quote]
You should post your script.
create a small project
run it < this causes a temporary project to be saved
now force quit the IDE
and see if a restore of this project shows the problem
The fun part is the temporary save is JUST a binary project so any binary project should also show this - but they dont that I can find
the Build Script is as follows:
not very complicated but works very well