### Author Topic: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES  (Read 5121 times)

the6thmonkey
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##### Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« on: August 13, 2016, 02:27:22 am »
Unfortunatley I am experiencing another issue.  I have found a workaround but I was wondering if I could fix the problem that I have encountered properly.  The problem that I encountered, is that a model of mine will no longer compile under its original name.  The compile issue is shown below:

I found that this issue could be remedied by changing my models name, and by then compiling under a new name, which isn't ideal.  I believe that this issue was caused by using proxies incorrectly.  I have tried deleting all the related proxies in the scene but this does not allow me to fix the issue.  Any ideas would be welcome, cheers

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2016, 10:20:47 am »
Never seen this one before. Paste the QC here.

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2016, 01:59:53 am »
Sorry for the delay, had to finish some other stuff:

One that fails to compile:
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`// QC File generated by the Wall Worm Model Tools Version 2.839// Exported From: C:\3dsMAX_Project_Folder\nmrih\scenes\beaut_contest.max// Get the latest version and notes at:// http://dev.wallworm.com \$scale 1.0\$modelname "the6thmonkey/stonedblewindow.mdl"\$staticprop\$body stonedblewindow "stonedblewindow.smd"\$contents "solid"\$cdmaterials "the6thmonkey"\$sequence idle "stonedblewindow" activity ACT_IDLE -1 fps 1\$include "stonedblewindow_wwmt_custom.qci"`
One that compiles:
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`// QC File generated by the Wall Worm Model Tools Version 2.839// Exported From: C:\3dsMAX_Project_Folder\nmrih\scenes\beaut_contest.max// Get the latest version and notes at:// http://dev.wallworm.com \$scale 1\$modelname "the6thmonkey/stonedblewindow1.mdl"\$staticprop\$body stonedblewindow1 "stonedblewindow1.smd"\$cdmaterials "the6thmonkey"\$sequence idle "stonedblewindow1" activity ACT_IDLE -1 fps 1\$include "stonedblewindow1_wwmt_custom.qci"`It appears that the problem may have something to do with
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`\$contents "solid"` which appears to be automatically added if the models name is "stonedblewindow" but not "stonedblewindow1"
« Last Edit: August 19, 2016, 02:06:54 am by the6thmonkey »

#### wallworm

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2016, 08:39:23 am »
Contents Solid should have nothing to do with that. How about the QCI File? Is there anything in it? Open the failing model in WWMT and click the QCI button. It's possible that has commands breaking it.

But if it is the contents, you can change that in the Collision Model rollout. Old versions of WW required a value and defaulted to solid... but new version lets you clear it.

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #4 on: August 19, 2016, 10:59:34 pm »
I've found the issue and the solution, for some reason the broken qci had two commands inserted into it:

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`//File for injecting custom rules. Safe to edit. Do not delete.\$include "stonedblewindow_wwmt_custom.qci"\$include "stonedblewindow_wwmt_custom.qci"`
I simply removed the commands and it began working again.  Still not sure how the commands got in there though

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2016, 11:06:41 pm »
That's very odd.

The only thing I can think of is that the QC was re-imported? When using the QC Importer, all commands that aren't controlled by WWMT are dropped into the QCI file... which includes \$includes. The importer will just append to the QCI file instead or overwrite it. So this is the best guess I have.

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##### Re: Model compile issue: script file exceeded MAX_INCLUDES
« Reply #6 on: August 20, 2016, 12:43:36 pm »
It may have happened when I tried  creating a proxy the wrong way and then reimported the model.  I'll make sure to follow the proxy instructions next time