I’ve written code since the 70s. Almost all real-time embedded systems.
In that case, I won’t write the post for you but for the rest of us. LOL
The other issue is that Tesla code has lots of bugs, especially recent releases.
There is no such thing as bug free code.
This morning I got the latest update for BBEdit, a program I have been using for over 20 years
Fixed bug in which incoming LSP diagnostics were ignored if the file was open, but its full directory path contained any encoded URL-unsafe characters which required decoding.
Fixed bug in which non-Markdown documentation returned by language servers (for completion, symbol help, and parameter help) did not display correctly when in dark mode.
Made a change so that shell worksheets will use zsh on macOS 10.15 and later if fish is your default shell. (Fish can’t be used in shell worksheets.)
Fixed (nonreproducible) crash which would occur while converting legacy bbcolors format color schemes and the file system API said no.
Fixed bug in which using the “Open” command with a note selected would point the panel at the Notes folder in the notebook, rather than some other appropriate location.
Fixed 13219 error reported when trying to open certain symlinked directories (like /etc) via the Open panel or command line.
Fixed bug in which dragging items between notebooks was either disallowed or dysfunctional. (The intended behavior is that dragging a note from one notebook to another will copy it; moves are not currently supported.)
Fixed bug in which using “bbedit --new-window” to open multiple files would open each file into its own window (rather than all into a single new window, as intended).
Fixed bug in which using the space bar to toggle a menu item’s visibility in the “Menus & Shortcuts” preferences did not take effect immediately.
Fixed bug in which a comma was included between the image file name and the image comment when generating a Markdown image reference via drag-and-drop of an image file.
Fixed bug in which cancelling a long-running or hung #! script would cause the application to hang.
Made a change which might (emphasis intentional) work to prevent macOS from termination the application process when it decides to, other than at the user’s request.
Fixed bug in which an instaproject’s window title would inappropriately remove the filename extension from the root folder name (which was inconvenient if the folder name ended in a decimal number, for example).
Corrected the ordering of the Notebooks section in the “Open Recent” menu.
Made a change so that the crash reporter doesn’t come up with a report window in cases where the application was exited abnormally because of some event other than a crash. (Such events would include force-quit, kill from the command line, and unwarranted process termination by the OS.)
If the Software Update window is open, there will be a corresponding entry on the Window menu, so that you can activate the window if you lose track of it.
Fixed bug in which the navigation bar icons in Live Preview windows were not correctly laid out.
Fixed bug in how certain errors returned by macOS were reported.
Made a change to allow working around broken language servers that do not exit when receiving an exit protocol notification. If BBEdit hangs when quitting because of such a server, there are two things you need to do:
Report a bug to the server implementor, because the server needs to be fixed to behave correctly.
Run this Terminal command:
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit ForceQuitLSPServerAfterExit_SERVERNAME -int 2
where SERVERNAME is replaced with the file name of the server executable on disk.
So, for example, to work around this bug with the terraform-ls language server, you would use:
defaults write com.barebones.bbedit ForceQuitLSPServerAfterExit_terraform-ls -int 2
The numeric parameter is the maximum number of seconds that BBEdit will wait before terminating the language server’s process. This value is capped at 10 seconds; in practice, for any broken server, “1” or “2” will do.
Step #2 is strictly intended to be a temporary solution for any broken server, and should not be used for longer than it takes the server developer to fix the bug and release an update.
Fixed bug in which “Hex Dump Front Document” was inappropriately enabled when an image view was active, and would crash when chosen. (Hex Dump Front Document isn’t supported for images yet, but you can still use Hex Dump File.)
Worked around macOS bug which would cause the list of revisions in svn or git “Compare Revisions” dialogs to be scrolled up by the height of the list header when the dialog appeared.
Fixed crash which would occur in the Tidy library when doing a “Clean Document” or “Reflow Document” and certain content malformations were present. (The Tidy library has also been updated to 5.8.0.)
Fixed crash which would occur when trying to use “Edit Markup” in a document fragment with a synthetic root tag (created by using a #bbpragma statement).
Fixed layout glitch in the Scripts palette and others which display folder-backed menu contents with keyboard equivalents.
Fixed bug in which toggling the “Enable language server” option did not correctly enable/disable the appropriate controls without first closing and reopening the language server options panel.
Fixed bug in which closing the Find or Multi-File Search window via its close button would activate the window immediately behind, in cases where the search window was itself not the active window.
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