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Currently in final stages of development using 2.1.
I have a button in my main menu that quits the game but the game crashes when I click it. It only happens in my exported game (Windows Desktop).
I have a simple function in my main node for quitting the game:
func mainQuit(): get_tree().quit()
In the debug window the errors are:
Can anyone please explain how to fix this?
I have first 2 error messages in 3.0.2, no crash.
Try using call_deferred(), maybe.
hilfazer | 2018-05-04 08:33
Two things worth checking.
First you can see if you have leaks. Using a Debug build (which looks like what you’re doing already), from the command prompt you use the -v flag.
C:\Exported Game Folder> "my game.exe" -v
It will show all the resources loading when it opens.
When it closes it may report resources that haven’t been freed.
The second possibility is a bug with ColorN(). Search your code for the use of ColorN() and try replacing them.
I had an issue where if you use these in the highest scope of a GDScript, they have some sort of bug/leak in the backend that hangs up the
extends Node2D var my_color = ColorN("white") # Change these to Color(1,1,1), etc. func _ready():
This is an issue I found in 2.1: ColorN() can cause game to crash before SceneTree.quit() completes. · Issue #18216 · godotengine/godot · GitHub
avencherus | 2018-05-04 11:56