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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007794||Multi Theft Auto : San Andreas||Client||public||2013-08-28 16:07||2013-09-05 02:04|
|Target Version||1.3.4||Fixed in Version||1.3.4|
|Summary||0007794: Bad debug from encrypted client scripts|
Encrypted client scripts have debug disabled and any errors will not come up. However debug warnings from MTA functions still do, but without any useful information whatsoever meaning that if a script was spamming warnings there would be no way of finding where its coming from because the messages are like this:
"WARNING: Bad argument @ 'destroyElement' ?"
I propose that if there is no resource name, file name or script line in a debug output (like above) then the debug should not be output as the above debug warning will cause nothing but frustration.
|Steps To Reproduce|
Make a script file with something like destroyElement(false) in it and run it through luac.mtasa.com
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