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P1ay3r    0
LUA ERROR stack traceback:

        =[C] in function 'assert'

        scripts/util.lua(396,1) in function 'resolvefilepath'

        scripts/recipe.lua(26,1) in function '_ctor'

        scripts/class.lua(181,1) in function 'Recipe'

        scripts/modutil.lua(376,1) in function 'AddRecipe'

        ../mods/bug/modmain.lua(45,1) in main chunk

        =[C] in function 'xpcall'

        scripts/util.lua(560,1) in function 'RunInEnvironment'

        scripts/mods.lua(382,1) in function 'InitializeModMain'

        scripts/mods.lua(363,1) in function 'LoadMods'

        scripts/main.lua(248,1) in function 'ModSafeStartup'

        scripts/main.lua(296,1)

        =[C] in function 'SetPersistentString'

        scripts/mainfunctions.lua(25,1) in function 'SavePersistentString'

        scripts/modindex.lua(78,1)

        =[C] in function 'GetPersistentString'

        scripts/modindex.lua(65,1) in function 'BeginStartupSequence'

        scripts/main.lua(295,1) in function 'callback'

        scripts/modindex.lua(474,1)

        =[C] in function 'GetPersistentString'

        scripts/modindex.lua(451,1) in function 'Load'

        scripts/main.lua(294,1) in main chunk

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Malacath    123

        ../mods/bug/modmain.lua(45,1) in main chunk

 

This clearly says that there is something wrong in your modmain.lua at line 45.

 

 
        =[C] in function 'assert'
        scripts/util.lua(396,1) in function 'resolvefilepath'

 

Additionally this seems to me like you did something wrong with a filepath, maybe misspelled? Since you are adding a recipe it could simply be that the game is trying to open a file for the little recipe icon. So you possibly need to fix that.

If you can't manage it you should probably post your modmain.lua alongside the error.

 

Also in general be more descriptive when asking for help, on other sites people might not bother to answer if there is literally no information given. Tell us what you are trying to do, what you tried to fix it, what results you had from your own attempts, etc.

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