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Fixed Removing the mail password causes GPF

Discussion in 'Support' started by djspits, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. djspits

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    Removing by writing an empty value. That was the legacy code from v14 of course. Still, it shouldn't,
    Thanks for the update.
    DJ
     
  2. rconn

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    Not reproducible here when removing it in OPTION. (And I don't know what you mean by "the legacy code from v14".)

    If it's reproducible, please give the exact steps you took -- and send the TCC.GPF file to support@jpsoft.com.
     
  3. djspits

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    Never mind the legacy, it is mine. My way of enforcing the policy *not* to use that option.

    It is reproducible, not using option, but using :
    Code:
    :: Deletes an option by writing it without a value.
    :Del_Option [ _Section _Option ]
     
     :: Effective immediately, but only for current session.
     :: The option resets to the builtin default value!
     option //%_Option=
     
     :: Effective only after TC/TCC restart, but persistent.
     if [EMAIL]%@INIWRITE[%_ININAME,%_Section,%_Option[/EMAIL],] ne 0 (
      echoerr "Could not remove option %_Option from section %_Section"
      pause
     )
    return
    
    The pause is never reached.

    The mail to support was sent yesterday.
    DJ
     

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