Re: [U2] BDT what's the big deal?
Symeon Breen <symeonb <at> gmail.com>
2012-04-24 08:39:49 GMT
I think there are a few bugs - in that particular case I don't think it
likes labels with dots in them, prob because it was written by an oop person
rather than a unibasic one.
However it is worth sticking with , after a few weeks, maybe a month you
will never go back.
As said, there are many alternatives, from WED or wintegrate editor, to the
old unidebugger and Doug's Xlr8. Use any of these for a short period of time
and you will rarely use ED to edit programs again.
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Subject: Re: [U2] BDT what's the big deal?
Another odd bug, evidently in the code that determines if you are trying to
GOSUB a label that doesn't exist.
In this case however, the label exists, but it's also like 1600 lines past
the GOSUB. I wonder if BDT is barfing because of that distance?
It says "Label END.OF.JOB not defined" but it is. If I just move the
subroutine further up in the code, it's fine.
So it's either the distance, or it thinks the code is ending before it gets
to this label.
Code compiles fine, it's an old program that's been running for several