@Hydp I’m not sure what your background is but for the last 20+ years of software development it is common to encounter bugs or require features in commercial projects and in open source projects.
As a developer of both commercial and open source projects it’s a normal part of the software development process.
There is a joke, “Eventually hardware fails and eventually software works.”
All software has had 5 to 10 years where bugs were not uncommon and users would report them. Not all software of course but many projects and certainly projects in development.
For me, it’s usually around version 3.0 that most bugs are worked out and version 4.0 when most features are included.
What you do when you encounter a bug is check the home page of the project for bug submission.
A typical bug report looks like the following:
Description of problem
Steps to reproduce
What you expect to happen
What actually happens
Additional notes and details (version, operating system, etc)
When compiling actionscript RedShell crashes.
avmplus crash: exception 0xC0000005 occurred
Writing minidump crash log to avmplusCrash.dmp
Steps to Reproduce:
- Create AS file named test.as with code:
- In terminal call redshell test.as (works)
- In terminal call redshell test.as again (crashes on this step)
What I expect to happen:
The compiler to produce a abc file
What actually happens:
The compiler runs first time fine but on second time it crashes
Tested on Windows X, and RedShell 1.0
It looks like you already posted a bug report in another thread. My comments below:
I would say that in my experience people will be more willing to help if you post your setup and your code or a code fragment. Since I don’t have RedTamarin installed I can’t help. I posted another question on how to get it all set up.
Once that’s there if you want to post your test code then other people can test it and help you debug it. Also, people are attempting to help. Be kind to them.