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cannot start

literally crashes when i start
func.lua:689: bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table expected, got nil)

Ved version: 1.5.1
LÖVE version: 11.2.0
State: -2
OS: Linux
Time since start: 0.14086563899991
Plugins: (none)

Time: 2019-05-05 12:10:40 (1557054640)
Debug mode: disabled
Crash log reason: enabled normally

stack traceback:
errorhandler.lua:84: in function
[C]: in function 'pcall'
errorhandler.lua:37: in function 'handler'
[string "boot.lua"]:637: in function
[C]: in function 'pairs'
func.lua:689: in function 'loadlevelsfolder'
main2.lua:356: in function 'load'
[string "boot.lua"]:488: in function
[C]: in function 'xpcall'
[string "boot.lua"]:650: in function
[C]: in function 'xpcall'
[string "boot.lua"]:657: in function

EOF

Heavpoot (discord: Heavpoot#5118) , 05.05.2019, 11:12
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Dav999, 21.06.2019
[07.05.2019] Sorry for the inconvenience. As Info said in the comments, could you try if 1.5.2-pre03 works?

[21.06.2019] This has now happened to someone else as well, so I decided to replace the download links for 1.5.1 with a fixed 1.5.1b instead of pointing to a .exe for an intermediate version in the changelog.
Idea status: completed

Comments

Heavpoot, 05.05.2019, 11:16
also, tried using wine and using the windows version. same thing. please help
InfoTeddy, 06.05.2019, 06:06
On the downloads page, it says:

*** If you're getting a crash on startup in 1.5.1, try version 1.5.2-pre03 downloadable below. ***

and it has a link to this version of Ved:

https://tolp.nl/ved/alt_dl/ved_1.5.2-pre03.love

This would fix your problem.
InfoTeddy, 06.05.2019, 06:20
You shouldn't need to use Wine and the Windows version, anyway - Ved is built upon the LÖVE framework, which is perfectly cross-platform and really has no platform-specific idiosyncrasies. But nice try anyway.
Dav999, 07.05.2019, 05:32
Actually, Ved itself does have platform-specific code, so in theory it could have worked.
InfoTeddy, 08.05.2019, 07:52
Maybe. I feel like the chances of a solution are inversely proportional to the amount of containers you put your program in. And I don't really like Wine anyway.

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