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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0027115||Runner||Windows||Public||2017-07-14 21:09||2017-07-25 16:58|
|Reporter||JeffGiffen||Assigned To||Alan Savage|
|Priority||Medium||Severity||B - Major||Reproducibility||100%|
|Platform||Windows||OS||Windows 10||OS Version||x64 Pro|
|Summary||0027115: Debugger: Showing <unknown instance> on all instances [if project contains greater than 512 resources]|
|Description||If your project has more than 512 objects in it, the debugger will show <unknown instance> on every instance in a room except the first one.|
Note the room need only have 2 or more, not the full 512. The project must have more than 512 objects.
|Steps To Reproduce||See attached sample project, which has 513 blank dummy objects defined, with object0 and object001 in an otherwise empty room.|
Run in debug, and pause the debugger. Look at the All Instances window, and observe that object0 is correctly shown, while object001 is displayed as <unknown object>.
To demonstrate the 512 limit, delete object002 (not 0 or 1!), and rerun in debug. Observe that now both objects display correctly.
|Additional Information||Note, there is a helper batch script in the project objects folder, which copies & numbers object0.object.gmx 512 times to create the dummies.|
|1.4 Found In||7.7.1531|
|2.x Runtime Found In|
|2.x Runtime Verified In|
ObjectPressureBug.gmx.zip (4,320,265 bytes)
||Replicated > 7.7.1540 - This is fixed on 2.x debugger, but replicates on the 1.x debugger, replication steps unchanged - Reopening.|
||applied same fix for 1.4 debugger|
||Verified > 1.4.1769 - Closing.|