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Post is unread #1 Mar 5, 2005, 4:03 pm   Last edited May 11, 2005, 6:50 pm by Samson
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Bug: make_obj does not copy all the values it should.
Danger: Low
Found by: Remcon
Fixed by: Remcon

in db.c find make_obj and then find these lines:

   pObjIndex->value[0]  = 0;
   pObjIndex->value[1]  = 0;
   pObjIndex->value[2]  = 0;
   pObjIndex->value[3]  = 0;


add these lines below them:

   pObjIndex->value[4]  = 0;
   pObjIndex->value[5]  = 0;


futher down in make_obj, find these lines:

   pObjIndex->value[0]  = cObjIndex->value[0];
   pObjIndex->value[1]  = cObjIndex->value[1];
   pObjIndex->value[2]  = cObjIndex->value[2];
   pObjIndex->value[3]  = cObjIndex->value[3];


add these lines:

   pObjIndex->value[4]  = cObjIndex->value[4];
   pObjIndex->value[5]  = cObjIndex->value[5];


A relatively minor thing, but good practice to update just the same. Known values beat the crap out of unkown values when debugging.
       
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