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Re: bubbles.el 0.2

From: Ulf Jasper
Subject: Re: bubbles.el 0.2
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 20:50:33 +0100

On Sunday, 25 February 2007, 21:29 +0100, Stephen Berman wrote:
> There are a couple of bugs that show up when the game is over; I
> haven't tried to debug them, but here's how to reproduce them (in GNU
> Emacs (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.10.6) of 2007-02-08
> on escher):
> 1. emacs -Q
> 2. load bubbles.el, M-x bubbles
> 3. play until the game is finished ("Game Over!")
> 4a. Now, if you press RET in the *bubbles* buffer, the last value shown
> after "Selected:" get added to the last score and a new score is
> recorded in the *bubbles-shift-default-2-10-10-scores* buffer (strange
> name!).  This can be repeated ad infinitum. 
> 4b. If you click with mouse-2 in the *bubbles* buffer, Emacs goes into
> an infinite loop.  You can get out of it with C-g, and then the two
> lines  
>  Selected:   <current value>
>  Score:    <current value>
> from the *bubbles* buffer get written to the
> *bubbles-shift-default-2-10-10-scores*, which is also now shown as
> modified. 

This is definitely a bug. I'll fix it. In the meantime please stop
playing when it says "Game Over!". You won't reach the high score
again, once it is fixed;)

> Aside from these bugs, it's a nice package!



atoms and particles make u wonder

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