I couldn't submit my final code in last contest (carribeans) because I got an error (my code being too long).
It was something like 2000 lines (with a lot of auto-generated comments), I don't know if it's really so big (I tried various things - sometimes unnecessary, but hey it's all about having fun). Plus I was using whitespace (not tabs).
So anyway that's big, but not so big, so I don't think my code should be kicked for being too long.
Is there a bug in the editor ?
Is there a limitation in the challenge ? If so, this is completely undocumented and there is no way to know what the limit is. Not even talking about the fact that some languages need more "text" size than others
If the limit is about code size in bytes.. huh... this means we encourage dirty code with no space/indentation/comments/dirty tiny variable names, which I don't believe being the goal of codingame (but that's just my point of view).
I have friends that encountered the same issues, at least in java and C# languages.
Will the issue be fixed for the next challenges ?
Thank you for support.
PS: sent a mail as suggested but got no response after several weeks...