Startkit limitations for stacks already containing long scripts

Kevin Miller kevin at runrev.com
Wed Oct 16 07:02:01 EDT 2002


On 16/10/02 10:53 am, Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Your assumption is correct: you can provide the
> 'heavier' framework and let them make their own
> 10-line scripts. They will not be able to change the
> longer scripts, but these will work just fine -- as
> long as there are no syntax errors ;-)
> Only MetaCard and/or Runtime Revolution can explain
> about the legal details of course, but technically
> it's feasible. Though as Bill Gray pointed out, that
> limit may seriously hinder performance.

There are no legal restrictions on doing this, if the end user is editing
scripts up to 10 lines that is fine.

Kevin

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