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|0000941||Taste||[All Projects] OpenGeode||public||2021-03-22 10:38||2021-03-24 15:50|
Syntax check not prompted after text area modified
The OpenGeode model can be saved even if it contains a text area that has a syntax error. The normal syntax check dialog is not presented, and the user is unaware that the model has been saved. The model will not open next time OpenGeode is run.
|Steps To Reproduce|
The normal dialog, that recommends a syntax check, does not appear. The model is saved anyway, with the syntax error, and will not open next time OpenGeode is run.
Note that during step 4, there is no asterisk next to the name in the procedure tab, so for some reason OpenGeode thinks the model has not been modified.
The syntax check dialog only appears if I modify something else outside the text area before attempting to save.
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In conversation with Maxime, I believe this is fixed now.
Fixed, the issue was due to a mismatch of ANTLR Runtime libraries (debian package changed the API without changing version number, causing exception in Python)
|2021-03-22 10:38||shd01||New Issue|
new => assigned
|2021-03-22 10:38||shd01||Assigned To||
|2021-03-24 14:04||shd01||Note Added: 0003751|
|2021-03-24 15:50||maxime||Note Added: 0003752|
assigned => closed
open => fixed
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