Bug in Creating Distribution

Ian Summerfield iansummerfield at btconnect.com
Fri Feb 8 19:31:01 EST 2002

On 8/2/02 6:47 pm, "Kevin Miller" <kevin at runrev.com> scribed:

> On 7/2/02 8:43 pm, Ian Summerfield <iansummerfield at btconnect.com> wrote:
>> Yes I am,  is there any other version that would work under OS X?  OS X is
>> now the only thing that will open the files I've created,  I can't then
>> create a distribution version.  So I've just about lost my work?  The stack
>> is on the URL to try:
>> http://homepage.mac.com/macabilityuk/FileSharing1.html
>> It's for Mac OS 9 really,  I just choose to use OS X to do the development
>> work.   It'll work under OS X too,  and it demonstrates a "feature" of using
>> answer file of type "APPL" that doesn't permit applications being chosen if
>> they are OS X native (e.g. "Preview").   Try opening it in OS 9.  Maybe
>> someone could build me the final PowerPC using a PC?!
> 1.1.1B1 is in the Developer section of the site under "Latest Test Version".
> The type of error report you submitted indicates that you are using 1.1 not
> 1.1.1B1.  1.1.1B1 can build a PPC standalone on the OS X platform.  1.1.1B2
> will also be able to build a PPC standalone on the OS 9 platform.  Not
> ideal, but this is a workaround you can use now to your specific problem.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin

Why you no listen?  I am using 1.1.1b1.   I can do screen shots to proof it
if you want.  I trashed 1.1.   I have both 1.1.1b1 for Classic and 1.1.1b1
for OS X, only the latter will open the stack.  The latter will build PPC
code too,  but the resulting program won't work either under Classic in OS X
or under OS 9 starting the system.  I have the full development version.
The offending project is on the above URL,  have you tried opening it?
Perhaps you should.  Perhaps someone could and at least try and help me out

If you open it, build me the PPC program and send it to me,  at least I'll
be able to install that on my customer that's waiting!


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