#10 ashita.timer.once broken

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opened 5 years ago by matix · 1 comments
matix commented 5 years ago

the ashita.timer.once(...) function was not working properly
instances of 'os.timer' where it should have been 'os.time' were replace, line77 f.Args was altered to t.Args, and line 220 ashita.timer.timersonce[name] was altered to ashita.timer.timersonce[k]
i attached(or so i thought) my revised timer.lua lib (i also posted it on the dev channel)

the ashita.timer.once(...) function was not working properly instances of 'os.timer' where it should have been 'os.time' were replace, line77 f.Args was altered to t.Args, and line 220 ashita.timer.timersonce[name] was altered to ashita.timer.timersonce[k] i attached(or so i thought) my revised timer.lua lib (i also posted it on the dev channel)
atom0s commented 5 years ago
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Should be fixed now, thanks for the report. :)

Should be fixed now, thanks for the report. :)
atom0s closed this issue 5 years ago
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