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NetworkTransport documentation incomplete; error codes aren't explained.

Discussion in 'Documentation' started by Slight0, Aug 23, 2015.

  1. Slight0

    Slight0

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    There are various methods in NetworkTransport that could potentially fail with an error code.

    For example, NetworkTransport.Send

    However, there is no description of the possible error codes and what they mean. I would think this information is critical to anyone using the LLAPI.
     
  2. vsugrob

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  3. asperatology

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    I think Slight0 wanted that information to be available on the documentation. Pointing and linking to Unity Answers is wrong, in my opinion.
     
  4. Graham-Dunnett

    Graham-Dunnett

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    Yeah, that's a good point. Will ask one of the doc team to sort this out.
     
  5. chargedneuron

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  6. asperatology

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    Yay, it's fixed! That's close to 3 years now. :/
     
  7. chargedneuron

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    Without going off on a rant; I seriously wish Unity would stop moving forward at break neck speed with all disregard for working examples and severely outdated documentation. Its a fine 'Roadmap' you have there, but it might be time for a 'pitstop and a tune up'. The number of outdated manual pages is staggering!
     
  8. asperatology

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    Well, documentation wise, they never put that part of Unity on the roadmap for 2018, as far as I can tell.