Joined: Wed Oct 03, 2012 9:53 am Posts: 2795 Location: Colorado, U.S.
Sprougnaf, I do not get a crash. Can you give me more information? - What version of BASIC! are you using when you run from a shortcut? - What version of BASIC! is your app compiler using? - What version of Android are you running, and on what device? - Can you post a short program that crashes?
Joined: Sat Feb 11, 2017 1:40 am Posts: 68 Location: France
I reduced the bugging program to only Program.info a and that was my test.bas program. Now I guess an other reason for the bug, related with the bas file itself(not its name Mog): when returning to it, it was no visible in the basic editor! After deletion, the new test works.
Joined: Sat Dec 08, 2012 2:14 am Posts: 1128 Location: From Blighty
I can only confirm that using commands that need bundles work properly.
You will get a blank screen with just 'PROGRAM.INFO a' as your code but no crash. The editor is still accessable. I get a warning when I create a Launcher Shortcut with bad file names. Then BASIC! stops when I launch it. Expected. The manual is clear in what to do.
I'm sure there are examples in the forum of using bundles, and I had to be shown how to use them because I had no clue in the first instance.
If you have found an anomolie a fully detailed response would be appreciated, I'm sure...
I'm trying to replicate one weird thing that was happening though.
Are you saying that a previously launched program was still there?
Reason I'm asking, and trying to replicate was when I exited via the menu from the Editor, after creating a shortcut in the Launcher -- another previously loaded .bas program came up in the editor.
I don't know if Android is running more than one session of BASIC! at a time rather than launching a new one?
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