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CJPowell27

Lua module not found

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys I'm getting an error when I try to press a button in my "app" that is supposed to begin running the code on another .lua file called level1.lua but it is giving these errors.

the code it is referring to is 

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local playBtn

-- 'onRelease' event listener for playBtn
local function onPlayBtnRelease()
	
	-- go to level1.lua scene
	composer.gotoScene( "level1", "crossFade", 500 )
	
	return true	-- indicates successful touch
end

 

But it is saying that the module is not found. Any ideas?

 

Edit I figured that out now I have this error. I had multiple test prints and it seems to be failing somehow between the end scene:create and start of scene:show

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11:57:09.015  testing
11:57:09.015  testing2
11:57:09.015  testing3
11:57:09.015  ERROR: Runtime error

11:57:09.015  ?:0: attempt to index field 'from' (a nil value)
11:57:09.015  stack traceback:
11:57:09.015      ?: in function 'gotoScene'
11:57:09.015      C:\Users\Charles\Documents\Corona Projects\Powell Animation\menu.lua:15: in function '_onRelease'
11:57:09.015      ?: in function '?'
11:57:09.015      ?: in function '?'
11:57:09.015      ?: in function <?:190>
 

Those functions call this file

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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
-- code.lua
--
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

local composer = require("composer")
local scene = composer.newScene()

--include physics 
local physics = require "physics"
physics.setDrawMode("hybrid")

--Shortcut local variables
local screenW, screenH, halfW = display.actualContentWidth, display.actualContentHeight, display.contentCenterX



function scene:create(event)
	local sceneGroup = self.view
	print "testing"
	--start physics
	physics.start()
	physics.pause()

	--Creates the background with color
	local background = display.newRect(display.screenOriginX,display.screenOriginY,screenW,screenH)
	background.anchorX = 0
	background.anchorY = 0
	background:setFillColor(0)
	print "testing2"

	local spaceship = display.newImageRect("Sunglasses_Emoji.png",90,90)
	spaceship.x,spaceship.y = 160, -160
	physics.addBody(spaceship, {density =2.0, friction = 0.0, radius = 30})

	--create 8 obstacles

	sceneGroup:insert(background)
	print "testing3"

end

function scene:show(event)
		print "testing4"

	local sceneGroup = self.view
	local phase = event.phase

	if phase == "will" then
		--
	elseif phase == "did" then
		--Add my animation here
		--perhaps two ships moving through asteroid objects
		physics.start()
	end

end

function scene:hide(event)
	local sceneGroup = self.view
	local phase = event.phase

	if phase == "will" then
		--when code is on screen
	elseif phase == "did" then
		--code here runs when whole scene is off screen

		physics.stop()

	end
end
function scene:destroy( event )
 
    local sceneGroup = self.view
    -- Code here runs prior to the removal of scene's view

    package.loaded[physics] = nil
	physics = nil
end

scene:addEventListener("create",scene)
scene:addEventListener("show",scene)
scene:addEventListener( "hide", scene )
scene:addEventListener( "destroy", scene )

return scene

 

 


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