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4.10.1 Won't Compile DebugGame_Editor when using FOrthoMatrix

I'm getting a compiler warning in 4.10.1 when using FOrthoMatrix in a DebugGame_Editor build. Basically if I use that matrix anywhere in my code, it refuses to compile the game due to a potential divide by zero.

Development build compiles just fine, and this only started when I updated to the 4.10.1 hotfix.

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asked Dec 18 '15 at 12:28 AM in Bug Reports

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avatar image TheJamsh Dec 18 '15 at 12:41 AM

I can get around this by Using FMath::Max to clamp the minimum input to 1.f whenever I use this, I guess that's intended behavior?

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Hey TheJamsh-

You're correct that this is intended. You need to ensure that Height/Width cannot be zero or else the compiler is going to complain.

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Doug Wilson

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answered Dec 18 '15 at 07:35 PM

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