How i exported fuze code to pc for backup purposes
good news guys i asked @pianofire if i could share the code and it was ok.
So i released the PC Part of it all on my github and the code is there with it but i also created a share but don't know when or if it will be accepted.
Oh Delphi! I haven't used that for along time
joyrider3774 last edited by
@pianofire i still use it every day at work :)
Delphi was great I used it for many years
yeah it is still great, they just released their latested version 2 days ago :)
Why can't Fuse simply have an option to email a copy of your project? I've wanted to post code snippets before, but wasn't going to retype my code.
@Slydog not so simple when dealing with Nintendo I bet ;)
AlienDjinn last edited by
What about a Fuze Nintendo mobile companion app? It could allow you to open the programs on a device and to view (and copy) the code from there. Seems like that might be a way to thread the needle with the current terms of service.
That sounds like a lot of work. Wouldn’t a screenshot be enough most times?
Hey just a quick tip if you need to replace a lot of
" + chr(34) + "and you get recursion limit exceeded. Split up your string over multiple variables and concat them when calling the encode function. I just had todo that and did not know initially where the error was comming from
Also another tip, copy your program to new file first (ctrl-c ctrl-v) and then do ctrl-h so you can easily replace
" + chr(34) + "the only place it can cause troubles is with empty strings
""there you need todo manual intervention most probably