Is a error, or not?

I always thought math was an exact science, just like 1+1=2.

But sometimes Kodular makes me think otherwise.

I’m compiling a project that I’ve been working on for a long time, and sometimes it gives me the following error:

YAIL compiler - DX execution failed.

I simply close the error message, recompile the same project WITHOUT INCLUDING OR EXCLUDING BLOCKS, and it works.

Sometimes it needs to compile several times.

Does anyone know why this happens?

It doesn’t make any sense…

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pls refer here. Many reason will be there.

Ok. Thanks for your help

Here’s the solution to the problem that happened to me.

I had duplicated a screen to make a backup while doing some tests on the original screen.

Since I did that, sometimes the build showed the error.

I deleted the backup screen, and the error no longer occurs.

Yes, I know I should have saved an “ais” or “aia” instead of just duplicate the screen.

Thank you for your help.

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