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Assembler Error 51 and other EdPy website problems
November 13, 2016
8:42 am
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**Edited **

When I was programming Edison V2 from the EdPy site, I got an Assembler Error 51 code.

what does that mean? The code was checked ok. **EDIT: I found it **

-> apparently had to do with a use of the Ed.TuneString() function:
when I had Ed.TuneString(8, “f4f4f4e2z”) , I got the problem,
as soon as I corrected to Ed.TuneString(9, “f4f4f4e2z”) , everything was doing fine again!!!

-> I bet THAT is not good behaviour of EdPy and should be prevented through the code check or otherwise


ALSO, when I call up the (saved) program, it seems to be distorted (e.g. some indentations are lost, or Ed.EdisonVersion = Ed.V2 is distorted into Ed.Edis) and so on. -> Just some stability issues in the background code of the EdPy webpage?

-> will have to see if this repeats, or was somehow caused by the other glitch above

November 14, 2016
4:52 pm
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The error should have been reported in the code check.

I will raise the issue with our devs.

The saving issue is one we have seen before but it has proven difficult to replicate, we are looking into it

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