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|0000325||Core Inform||Understanding||public||2010-10-09 12:25||2010-10-29 09:02|
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|Target Version||Fixed in Version||6F95|
|Summary||0000325: Can't use adjectives to limit understood values|
|Description||The code below produces a confusing error:|
Problem. You wrote '"undo"' : but this is not a condition I am able to test, or at any rate not during play.
|Minimal Source Text To Reproduce|
A spell is a kind of value. Xyzzy is a spell. Casting is an action applying to one spell. Understand "cast [possible spell]" as casting. Definition: a spell is possible: yes. Place is a room.
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|Effect||(serious) Compiler rejects valid code|
It appears this was never implemented; once the spurious problem message was removed, Inform was translating "[possible spell]" to an I6 noun-filter token, which works only on objects. I have now implemented such tokens using GPRs, and the result appears to work nicely.
Really a different bug fix altogether, but in testing this I was alarmed to find that
Definition: a spell is possible: if it is xyzzy, yes; no.
didn't work, because "it" had the wrong kind of value. I've fixed this as well.
|2010-10-09 12:25||jmcgrew||New Issue|
|2010-10-09 12:25||jmcgrew||Status||new => confirmed|
|2010-10-10 03:41||graham||Note Added: 0000677|
|2010-10-10 03:41||graham||Status||confirmed => resolved|
|2010-10-10 03:41||graham||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2010-10-10 03:41||graham||Assigned To||=> graham|
|2010-10-24 12:06||jmcgrew||Reporter||jmcgrew => email|
|2010-10-25 21:14||jmcgrew||Fixed in Version||=> 6F95|
|2010-10-28 00:31||jmcgrew||Status||resolved => closed|
|2010-10-29 09:02||jmcgrew||Reporter||email => alex|
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