There are a series of sample functions stored in the GMAT tree that lead to warnings when one attempts to view them inside the GMAT function and script editor. The functions in question are LoadCartState.gmf, cross.gmf, dot.gmf, and magnitude.gmf, all residing within the trunk under doc/SystemDocs/ArchitecturalSpeficiation/script. The errors are shown in the attached images. The warnings suggest that more than one function is defined within cross.gmf, magnitude.gmf, dot.gmf, and LoadCartState.gmf and that these extraneous functions will be ignored. However, that is not the case. Perhaps something has changed about the function syntax since the architectural specification was written and these files need to be updated. The warnings do not prevent users from accessing the inherent functionality within these files. However, it is curious to note, as you can see from the images, that regardless of which of these four functions one attempts to open, the warning always seems to refer to the file cross.gmf. In fact, the warnings pertaining files dot.gmf, LoadCartState.gmf, and magnitude.gmf SPECIFICALLY state that those functions will be ignored and only cross.gmf will be used, even though cross.gmf is not stored within those files.
Has something changed about the syntax of functions in GMAT since the architectural specification was written?