[Ifeffit] Bug report
scalvin at slc.edu
Tue Jun 7 11:13:59 CDT 2005
Yes, I've been working around it by just adding "+0" to path expressions
that end in a parentheses. I hadn't quite figured out that it required
starting with a non-matched parentheses to trigger the error; it's good to
know exactly what circumstances cause it to arise.
A suggestion for Bruce--ifeffit flags these kinds of syntax errors pretty
well. Is it possible for Artemis to look at the ifeffit output and alert
the user to examine the iffefit output if there is an error?
Sarah Lawrence College
At 09:33 AM 6/7/2005 -0500, you wrote:
>Yep, that is an ifeffit error. It turns out to be specific to
>math expressions in path() commands, but it is definitely a bug.
>It seems that a math expression for a path parameter that starts
>with '(' and ends with ')' and for which these '(' and ')' are
>not a matched pair will incorrectly raise a syntax error. This
>doesn't happen for set() or def().
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