I’ve been distracted by other things for a number of years. I’ve also been mac based that time and I found the int fiction world less fun or accessible. But now that I’m back on a new PC system it’s like coming home. I’ve started writing something for fun. Whether it will grow into a fully developed game is yet to be seen. But the point is that I feel inspiration coming back in full force.
Here’s my problem right now.
I downloaded the Inform6 compiler, inform641_win3 2just today after using a previous version for a few weeks. I also grabbed inform6lib-6.12.6 and updated my files. Honestly I’m not sure what version I had before.
My code as it was did work with the exception of an npc’s collection of life rules that I’m currently working on. But as of today I get this list of errors:
I honestly don’t know when this started happening as I was preoccupied with the narrative and as a screen reader user, I may have just missed reading those errors as they are far down on the error page and I didn’ notice them until all other problems were taken care of.
Inform 6.41 for Win32 (22nd July 2022)
English.h(1485): Error: No such constant as “Tell”
English.h(803): Error: No such constant as “Attack”
English.h(1036): Error: No such constant as “Kiss”
English.h(1493): Error: No such constant as “ThrowAt”
English.h(1414): Error: No such constant as “Show”
English.h(972): Error: No such constant as “Give”
Compiled with 6 errors
I really don’t get how this could suddenly happen.
I would appreciate any help.
And no, my np’sc life section doesn’t do anything.