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#1 Posted : Friday, May 13, 2011 5:11:20 AM(UTC)
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Hi squirrel community!

I have a question about sq_compilebuffer. Right now I have some code looking like this in my program,

void ScriptEngine::run_script(char* cmd)
    SQInteger oldtop = sq_gettop(v);
    sq_settop(v, oldtop);

void printfunc(HSQUIRRELVM v,const SQChar *s,...)
    std::string text;
    static SQChar temp[2048];
    va_list vl;
    va_start(vl, s);
    scvsprintf( temp,s, vl);
    text = temp;

this works fine for commands such as print (1);

however, when I try "local p = print;" and then call p (1); it says THE INDEX 'P' DOES NOT EXIST.

or if I use sqstd_dofile, it will compile and run the script fine, but same thing happens when I try to call a function it says the index does not exist.

I must be missing something, can someone offer some advice?


#2 Posted : Tuesday, July 4, 2017 9:32:26 PM(UTC)
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I think it's because sq_compilebuffer pushes the code as a function, so when you define p in one call, and then try to print it in another, it's like this:


function a(){
  local p = print;

function b(){

Because p is defined in a() and not in b(), you get an error. If you want to use the same things between calls, you'll have to call something that's in a scope or define new things in the global scope. At least, that's what it looks like to me.
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