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I'm attempting to run the installer for my kit mod, and I"m getting the following parse message:


[SETUP-DRUIDSOR.TP2] PARSE ERROR at line 143 column 11-62
Near Text: ~override/ca#shm01.itm~
syntax error

[SETUP-DRUIDSOR.TP2]  ERROR at line 143 column 11-62
Near Text: ~override/ca#shm01.itm~
ERROR: parsing [SETUP-DRUIDSOR.TP2]: Parsing.Parse_error
ERROR: problem parsing TP file [SETUP-DRUIDSOR.TP2]: Parsing.Parse_error

FATAL ERROR: Parsing.Parse_error


Here is the section of the .tp2 in question. Hopefully some eyes other than mine can spot the typo.


Edit: Found the error. I need to repeat the COPY command whenever I have any other type of command in between, such as the SAYs


COPY 	~DruidSor/ITMs/ca#dsto.itm~	~override/ca#dsto.itm~
	SAY NAME1 @330
	SAY NAME2 @330
	SAY DESC @330
	  ~DruidSor/ITMs/ca#shm01.itm~	~override/ca#shm01.itm~ //line 143
	SAY NAME1 @207
	SAY NAME2 @207
	  ~DruidSor/ITMs/CA#SHM02.itm~	~override/CA#SHM02.itm~
	SAY NAME1 @207
	SAY NAME2 @207
	  ~DruidSor/ITMs/CA#SHM03.itm~	~override/CA#SHM03.itm~

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More issues, it appears that the following code doesn't work:


OUTER_SET "spell_level" = 1 // Line 553

COPY_EXISTING 	~sppr103.spl~	~override/CA#DS103.spl~	/*cure light wounds*/
	~sppr104.spl~	~override/CA#DS104.spl~	/*detect evil*/
	~sppr105.spl~	~override/CA#DS105.spl~	/*entangle*/
	~sppr109.spl~	~override/CA#DS109.spl~	/*sanctuary*/
	~sppr110.spl~	~override/CA#DS110.spl~	/*shillelagh*/
LAUNCH_PATCH_MACRO ~divine_to_arcane~		/*change to level 1 wizard spells*/


It seems to be choking on the following:


	  OUTER_SET "spell_level" = 1


That is needed for the macro


DEFINE_PATCH_MACRO ~divine_to_arcane~ BEGIN

 READ_LONG  0x64 "abil_off" ELSE 0
 READ_SHORT 0x68 "abil_num" ELSE 0
 READ_LONG  0x34 "spell_level" ELSE 1
 WRITE_SHORT 0x1C 1						 // sets spell type to wizard (1)
 WRITE_LONG  0x34 "spell_level"						 // sets spell level to 1
 FOR ( index = 0; index < abil_num; index = index + 1 ) BEGIN
WRITE_SHORT ("%abil_off%" + 0x02 + (0x28 * "%index%")) 1 // changes ability icon location to wizard (1) */


Where I can set a variable to the level I want, and reuse the macro. I think the issue here is I haven't defined "spell_level" as a LONG variable, but I don't know how to do that.

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