Posted 1 Feb 2013 by JC
Silly little typos are enough to create a roadblock when attempting to contribute a new pattern to the collection. But recent changes to Stitch-Maps.com ought to make that process a tiny bit easier. Obscure error messages have been replaced by “friendlier” and hopefully more meaningful messages.
Here’s an example. Say you enter this:
Row 1 (WS): Knit. Row 2: *K2fog, yo, repeat from *, k1. Rows 3 and 4: Knit.
Whoops! It contains a typo. But instead of the cryptic
invalid token: k2fog, you’ll now see
We don’t know what “K2fog” means. You’ll also be told that
K2fog is on row 2.
An earth-shattering improvement? Perhaps not. But it ought to make contributions a tad easier to make. Give it a try!