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EGSL / Re: Access Violation
« on: 25. April 2013, 03:57:22 »
Thanks! How can I solve this in the future?

EGSL / Re: Access Violation
« on: 24. April 2013, 18:42:02 »
sure thing.

EGSL / Re: Access Violation
« on: 24. April 2013, 14:17:13 »
I don't know how to tell, But it was created and saved (like the first image, which I remind you works) in

EGSL / Access Violation
« on: 24. April 2013, 13:53:24 »
OK, so for some reason, this code is crashing when It reaches the last line (the 2nd loadimage).

The code:

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openwindow(300,300,32,"Revival "..V)
face = loadimage("Resources/Faces/FPlayersad.png")
diabox = loadimage("Resources/Dialogue.png")

The error:

An unhandled exception occurred at $68127926 :
EAccessViolation : Access violation

I've been trying to find the flaw here for months, and have reached a point where I'm literally screaming vulgarity at my computer. Why is it doing this and how can I fix it?

EGSL / Re: Writing to files
« on: 18. February 2013, 05:02:13 »
I got it working! Thank you to everyone!

EGSL / Re: Writing to files
« on: 18. February 2013, 04:50:11 »
Let me give it another try, an example someone gave has given me an idea

EGSL / Re: Writing to files
« on: 18. February 2013, 04:48:47 »
EGSL can do everything Lua can, so you can simply use Lua functions for working with files. You can also use additional EGSL functions - see File Management section in EGSL documentation.
When I use the default Lua syntax, it raises an error in the Eggshell IDE...

EGSL / Re: Writing to files
« on: 18. February 2013, 04:47:54 »
Firstly, I might say that "eggshell" sounds like a rather funny name for EGSL.

Other than that, Eggshell does not lack a way of doing such things. Though, the resource upon which one could achieve the knowledge of how to doing this, is not quite finished yet.
Anyway, this link (which redirects to the, as mentioned before, unfinished documentation) should help you at least a little:
I hope that this forum supports link-posting.
If not so, just search for the documentation or ask someone round here.

Additionally, I may try some of the commands in the next few days, as I literally rush through the unexplained commands by (attempting to) using them in programmes.

-- Kolyamatic
-- EDIT: some minor grammatical issues

I've read that and used the functions it has listed, they create the files, as I want, but don't seem to write or read from them.

EGSL / Writing to files
« on: 09. February 2013, 01:57:53 »
Hello, I've been using EGSL (I like to call it eggshell) for a while, and noticed when porting one of my lua programs, that it seems to lack (Or I haven't noticed) a system to write or read from files... How can this be achieved?

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