Very weird bug!
jorgen.maillist at gmail.com
Tue Jul 8 10:12:09 CEST 2008
Maybe the interpreter remembered the values of some objects you used?
If you type in the interpreter, the objects you create have a lifetime
as long as the interpreter is active, which means it can get a state
behaviour that otherwise is not present if you start a new interpreter
instance. To be safe you should always try it with a script and run it
from the commandline to get the same 'state' everytime your script
On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 7:36 PM, ssecorp <circularfunc at gmail.com> wrote:
> i know, idid try it again and it works as expected. but how the h***
> did it not work that one time?
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