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multiplayer minesweeper.. why cant i be creative... :(
@gitreflog the minesweeper part was the assignment and the other stuff just comes to my mind, because I'm always so bored in my class...
@IcyTv lucky you :)
Remove all executable files from the zip file🤔
@JKyll There are no executables in my source code...
This is my code, if that helps anyone
jeeper59475yRemind me tomorrow
@jeeper a late reminder.. but better late than never i guess?
jeeper59475y@gitreflog thanks! But it’s a holiday weekend here in the States. Remind me Wednesday! (Tuesday is a recovery day)
So I coded minesweeper and because I thought it would be fun, I also coded a multiplayer mode. Then I uploaded the code to github. Since this was an Assignment, I wanted to download the zipped code and send it to my teacher. Imagine my surprise, when Chrome told me: Failed - Virus detected. Same with Firefox and Edge. Wow. I didn't think my code was that bad🙃. I then tried to download the release executables I uploaded, expecting for them to fail the test too, but nope, the . exe and the . jar work fine. Google also didn't say much about it. I found a github issue, that talked about a similar problem with the zipped source code, but wasn't much help. What is going on? Anyone have an idea?