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New map iteration -- INTERNAL ERROR. Trying to set type of an unbound or captured variable.

George_AndersonGeorge_Anderson Member Posts: 54 PRO
Using the latest Featurescript, I'm intermittently getting this message:
INTERNAL ERROR. Trying to set type of an unbound or captured variable.
It always points to various places in my code where I started to use the new support for nicer map iteration:
for (var key, value in myMap){
It's happening only rarely, and unpredictably, and seems to reset sometimes when refreshing the page, or switching tabs, so I don't think it is based on different part studio states (like different variable values). I'd file a bug report, but I can't seem to see any pattern, just checking if anyone has seen this.
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  • alnisalnis Member, Developers Posts: 370 EDU
    edited July 21
    Even if there isn't a regular pattern, if Onshape seems to be behaving incorrectly, you can/should always file a bug report (and share the document if possible/applicable). That will let the support team investigate document logs that might have more info about what exactly is inconsistent, plus it will be a more direct notification that there is a problem.

    Edit: the team is aware of it and it is a priority to fix. The current workaround is to avoid the new for loop syntax.
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  • George_AndersonGeorge_Anderson Member Posts: 54 PRO
    Nothing quite like the inside scoop!
  • kevin_o_toole_1kevin_o_toole_1 Onshape Employees, Developers, HDM Posts: 534
    FYI, with the release of Onshape 1.134 this issue is resolved

    Feel free to use this new 2-variable for loop syntax any time you iterate through a map or an array!
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