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add missing config for Linux-environments #17

merged 2 commits into from Oct 18, 2018

add missing config for Linux-environments #17

merged 2 commits into from Oct 18, 2018


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@4ch1m 4ch1m commented Oct 12, 2018

This is a bug for Linux-systems, which will crash the script when a pre-/post-build script is being used.

The (dictionary-)entries env and path never get set/initialized in KickAssembler(C64).sublime-build when running on a Linux-environment.
And then the script crashes when it tries to access env.update().

    def addPrePostVarsToDict(self, sourceDict, buildMode):
        prePostEnvVars = {
            "kickass_buildmode": buildMode,
        return sourceDict

This PR will fix this by simpy initializing these dict-entries with empty values.

"env" : {},
"path": ""
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"path": ""
"path": "$PATH"

For safety, if PATH would be initialized.

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Swoffa commented Oct 18, 2018

See comment, then we can merge. :)

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4ch1m commented Oct 18, 2018

Yep, that's definitely better. 😃
Thanks, Swoffa.

@Swoffa Swoffa merged commit b1ea173 into Swoffa:master Oct 18, 2018
@4ch1m 4ch1m deleted the fix_config_for_linux branch October 22, 2018 19:09
BroneCk pushed a commit to BroneCk/SublimeKickAssemblerC64 that referenced this pull request Nov 18, 2018
* add missing config for Linux-environments

* initialize/set default '$PATH'
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