A bit of an odd question, but is it OK to ignore Python error messages that are not serious?
I recently (with a load of help) made a lock on system- one approach generates an error that states Python/ Blender expected an object reference/ co-ordinates but it still seems to work. Although flawed, I would like to use this method.
If (in the future) I finish this game and I compile it, will non-lethal messages like this cause any problems? Should I be a good person and try to make everything work in a pukka fashion?
Or will Python Jedi just slap me for being lazy?