Tweego Version: 2.1.1
Story Format: SugarCube v2.30.0
Is there any way to “comment out” entire passages, including their titles so that those passages aren’t defined?
I’ve tried all three “multi-line comments” mentioned in the various docs ( / * … * / /% … %/ and < !-- … – >, although they seem to work here ) but none of them work: the passages between them are still included in the story.
For example, I’d like to do something like
:: Passage 1
:: Passage 2
so that the passages are not recognized. This sometimes would be very useful when debugging or otherwise in the throes of story development.
There may be a more graceful way of doing this, but a quick test shows that tweego only recognizes passages if the line begins with
::. Anything before the
:: (even a space) prevents it from being recognized as a passage.
Therefore, something like this will work:
//:: Passage 1
//:: Passage 2
Some other stuff.
Alternatively, start the comment on the same line as the passage name:
/% :: Passage 1
Thanks! I think those techniques will work fine for me.
Tagging passages with the tag
Twine.private will cause Tweego to ignore them.
Although that does involve somewhat more typing.