Still present as of december the 4th
I just released a new version of OrderHallCommander and all alpha code is there. This is really non good.
--@alpha@ addon.version="1.6.0 Alpha" --@end-alpha@ Should have been --[===[@alpha@ addon.version="1.6.0 Alpha" --@end-alpha@]===] This according to curse documentation
Alpha Replacements These occur based on filetype, as they tend to tie into the comment system for the file. The insides aren't removed so that line numbers stay the same, they just cause them to be commented out. These occur from packages created not from tags, i.e. alpha packages. This is useful to put extra debugging information that you want your alpha testers to have, but don't want to appear in release versions. Lua --@alpha@ and --@end-alpha@ Turns into --[===[@alpha and --@end-alpha]===]. --[===[@non-alpha@ and --@end-non-alpha@]===]. Turns into --@non-alpha@ and --@end-non-alpha@. Example: --@alpha@ assert(everythingIsOkay()) --@end-alpha@