floating point output is wrong in some cultures #21
NutCracker uses the .OCP culture, which prints numbers according to the user's locale. So in countries that use the comma as the decimal separator rather than the period, a number like 1.25 gets printed as 1,250000. Then, NutCracker tries to find a period in it:
Since it doesn't find one, it adds ".0" to the end, resulting in "1,250000.0", which is not a valid Squirrel number.
NutCracker should use a fixed culture that always uses the period as the decimal separator.
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