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OxygenBasic / Re: latest version
« Last post by Charles Pegge on Today at 06:16:43 PM »
Hi Roland,

Thank you for the corrections and Welcome aboard!

Only static array dimensioning, and equates containing consts are affected.

In the current version, constants are defined at run-time with a once-only assignment. This allows variables of any type to be defined as constant. But the fixed values are no longer determined at compile-time.

I did not find any other affected programs, apart from Ed's interpreter, which we fixed previously.

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Meanwhile anybody knows that it was USA who blew up the Pipeline.
Hard for your to believe but it will soon be official.
Its easy ... the Pipeline was destroyed. But german gouvernment is so silent.
If anybody other then USA would have blown the Pipeline up, they would cry a lot.
Now they are so silent. So you know it can only be USA.

I wonder if they will also be going to destroy the Turk-Stream Pipeline and see how Erdogan will react.

Hint: We have more US-Troups in Germany then own Soldiers.
And we pay for them a lot of money.

PS: Do not call out for the end of your life, just be happy that you are healthy. Enough People have long term health problems after the vaccination.
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OxygenBasic / Re: latest version
« Last post by Roland Stowasser on Today at 02:52:23 PM »
Hi Charles,

you improved the printl function in console.inc by changing the order of cr. This requires some changes in some demo programs. I have corrected the corresponding programs from version 050P10 in the !ProjB\Console folder and attached them as a zip file. The zip file contains only the modified programs.

In NonBlockingCons.o2bas the statement:
    CONST int MAXRECORD = 8
had to be replaced with:
    % MAXRECORD = 8

I don't know if other programs are affected because of the new behaviour of printl. But I have only started to check the new O2 compilation.

Roland
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OxygenBasic / Re: latest version
« Last post by Charles Pegge on October 04, 2022, 05:12:38 PM »
It's okay James, my last updates were mostly lib source file fixes. But the o2 time stamper is not automated yet, so it is not always accurate!
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OxygenBasic / latest version
« Last post by James C. Fuller on October 04, 2022, 02:53:29 PM »
Charles,
   Did you forget to update the version on your last upload.
According to oxylog.txt you had changes on 03/10/2022 and 02/10/2022
   but this is what I get for print "o2 version  : " version() cr

  o2 version  : 0.5.0 2022-10-01T05:03:55

James
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OxygenBasic / Re: FileName
« Last post by Zlatko Vid on October 03, 2022, 12:22:45 PM »
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It is because there are optional filenames to the right: exe filenames and res filenames.

Yes ,,of course on right side are .ext -ensions
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OxygenBasic / Re: FileName
« Last post by Charles Pegge on October 03, 2022, 09:20:54 AM »
It is because there are optional filenames to the right: exe filenames and res filenames.
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OxygenBasic / Re: FileName
« Last post by Zlatko Vid on October 03, 2022, 07:59:49 AM »
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I think we need to keep the switches to the left of the filenames,

Of course that wee need to keep them from left

I really don't know any other compiler which use switch from right side or after filename.

Charles....
New request become really bizare
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OxygenBasic / Re: FileName
« Last post by Charles Pegge on October 02, 2022, 10:52:24 PM »
Yes, you will need to space the switches, and if a filename looks like a switch then put it between quotes. It is always safe to use quotes around filenames.

I think we need to keep the switches to the left of the filenames, but I will consider this issue.
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OxygenBasic / Re: FileName
« Last post by Pierre Bellisle on October 02, 2022, 09:48:27 PM »
Hi Charles,

Double-quotes for filenames with space is a good news.
I guess Microsoft sees it that way too.

Note that <co2.exe -32 -aCaption.o2bas> do not contain any space and will continue to be ambigious,
It might a rare case, still is <-a> a switch, or part of the filename?
I will always use double-quotes in my pre-compiler to avoid any misinterpretation.

By curiosity, I wanted to know if I can put the switches after filenames.
With no confirmation, I will play safe to avoid possible future problems.

Thank you very much Charles.
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