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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000375||Core Inform||Assertions and creations||public||2010-10-30 06:39||2011-01-10 11:15|
|Assigned To||graham|| |
|Platform||Mac Intel||OS||OS X||OS Version||10.5.8|
|Product Version|| |
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||6G60|| |
|Summary||0000375: Near-infinite series of unhelpful error messages before an explanation of the problem|
|Description||Creating infinitely many objects in an assembly leads to 855 of the following Problem message:|
Problem. Word too long: device's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's's. (Individual words of unquoted text can run up to 92 letters long, in order to allow for the longest recognised place name in the English speaking world: a hill in New Zealand called Taumatawhakatang-ihangakoauauot-amateaturipukaka-pikimaunga-horonuku-pokaiwhenuak-itanatahu. You say tomato, I say taumatawhakatang-...)
before one that actually states what went wrong.
|Minimal Source Text To Reproduce|
Place is a room. A device is part of every person. A person is part of every device.
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|Effect||(cosmetic) Error message is badly worded|