Python scripts colliding?
I'm so close to having finished my experiment but I've run into another issue. I have two python scripts that were basically carbon copies of each other. The first, gases_question_canvas_test, and the second, legislation_question_cavas_test.
They both contain a set of 10 questions which the user can type their answers into except the legislation questions will present a circle very 10 seconds to put the user off.
They both run fine when they're the only script in the experiment but when they're one after another the experiment doesn't run!
Here's the error
Stopped The experiment did not finish normally for the following reason: Error while executing inline script Details item-stack: experiment[prepare].legislation_question_canvas_test[prepare] exception type: TypeError exception message: 'Xpyriment' object is not callable item: legislation_question_canvas_test time: Sat Apr 11 14:03:49 2020 phase: prepare Traceback (also in debug window) File "C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenSesame\lib\site-packages\libopensesame\inline_script.py", line 92, in prepare self.workspace._exec(self.cprepare) File "C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenSesame\lib\site-packages\libopensesame\base_python_workspace.py", line 124, in _exec exec(bytecode, self._globals) Inline script, line 26, in
Initially I thought this was to do with a collision of the names, i.e. duplication of global variables and function names so I modified the legislation script to begin each with l_ so as to avoid it but this still happens. What could be the issue here?
I've had to attach the whole experiment rather than just the two scripts.
It's complaining about line 26 of legislation but I don't see what's wrong here.