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Crashes on save

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In the latest version, the game started crashing, usually on save

OS: Windows 11 (or higher) (NT 10.0) Build 22631
GZDoom version g4.11.3

How do I attach the crashes? File too large
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Re: Crashes on save

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paulito wrote: Sat Mar 23, 2024 10:25 am In the latest version, the game started crashing, usually on save

OS: Windows 11 (or higher) (NT 10.0) Build 22631
GZDoom version g4.11.3

How do I attach the crashes? File too large
There should be a crashreport zip in the GZ directory.
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Re: Crashes on save

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Yes, but the forum says the file is too large on upload
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Re: Crashes on save

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Upload it to Dropbox or Google Drive.
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Re: Crashes on save

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uploaded crash on the new version
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Re: Crashes on save

Post by Kappes Buur »

paulito wrote: Sun May 05, 2024 10:12 am uploaded crash on the new version
Where could one find these files?
Wad 6: Project_Brutality-PB_Staging.zip
Wad 9: d2reload.zip
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https://github.com/pa1nki113r/Project_B ... PB_Staging
the other file is uploaded where the logs are
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Re: Crashes on save

Post by Kappes Buur »

Probably this is not all that helpful in your case.
I finally found both files and loaded them through GZDoom with a batch file
D:\DOOM\ENGINES\GZDOOM\gzdoom-4.13\gzdoom.exe -iwad DOOM2.WAD -file Project_Brutality_Final.pk3 D2RELOAD.WAD +logfile run.txt

While GZDoom came up with Script warnings, Undefined drop items and Unknown terrain it was successful in playing D2RELOAD.WAD with the PB_Final monsters.

Saving the game after several minutes of gameplay also was successful by saving into a dedicated folder D:|DOOM|GZDoom|SAVES.
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Re: Crashes on save

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Strange I could not crash it too when I was playing for 20 min. Will let know if I have a correct combination

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