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Fixed in 1.1.0-preview.2

Votes

5

Found in [Package]

1.0.4

Issue ID

1162284

Regression

Yes

Installing Burst package yields a compilation error

Package: Burst

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When attempting to install the Project Tiny package in 2019.3.0a6, I get this compilation error:

Library\PackageCache\com.unity.burst@1.0.4\Editor\BurstAotCompiler.cs(638,32): error CS7036: There is no argument given that corresponds to the required formal parameter 'exceptionType' of 'BuildReport.AddMessage(LogType, string, string)'

This makes the pacakge unuable.

To reproduce:
- create a new Unity project in 2019.3.0a6
- install Burst Version 1.0.4
- notice the compilation error after the package gets installed

Cannot reproduce in Unity Editor 2019.3.0a7 or 2019.2.0b7

Comments (6)

  1. 5db4080b01c82c4d8633912167bd2e40?d=mm

    MrTomWolf

    Jul 04, 2019 16:42

    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction Axiochus. =) Updating to a preview of the already installed packages by showing all versions did the trick. =)

  2. 4c526c0c035cce534d11f2b6f9a0e846?d=mm

    invaderJim0

    Jun 29, 2019 23:17

    I resolved this by manually installing the preview version of the burst compiler. This was after the stable version of burst compiler was installed automatically when I installed the Entities package.

  3. 2d6c2439f7b0e6ae10858d6ec204d6b2?d=mm

    Axiochus

    Jun 24, 2019 16:20

    Bit of a mistake in my last post: I meant my version was 2019.3.0a6, and if you can see Burst in your package manager already just click the dropdown arrow on it and "See all versions"; you should be able to see the preview package version that way aswell. For me, Burst wasn't even showing up when I had it filtering to "All Packages" due to it being a dependency and whatever change they made to the alpha package manager.

  4. 2d6c2439f7b0e6ae10858d6ec204d6b2?d=mm

    Axiochus

    Jun 24, 2019 16:07

    I managed to get rid of the compile error on 2019.0.3a6, but I don't know if this will cause other issues.
    The burst compiler package wasn't even being listed because it was a dependency.
    I open my manifest.json and added the burst package, then found out there was a preview version available.
    If burst is already in your manifest.json go ahead and add this, or if it is replace it with this:
    "com.unity.burst": "1.1.0-preview.2",
    This may break something else, but at least it compiles and you can address other issues as they come up

  5. D723dad58d027f7172029d4640888a7a?d=mm

    01studio

    Jun 21, 2019 04:47

    Open Package Manager => Advanced => Reset packages to defaults => Reinstall the packages you need!

  6. 14b9d9ae1d87093ce778ef6682aa8d33?d=mm

    Djayp

    Jun 14, 2019 22:14

    Installing the Jobs package causes the same error with 2019.3.0a7. Trying to test the ParticleSystemJob.

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