Rev 1.1 apps launching Classic on OS X 10.3

Thomas J McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Wed Dec 3 07:43:02 EST 2003


Launched ok on 10.3 with classic installed. It opened in classic. Get 
info states it is a 'classic application' Rev 1.1.1

On Dec 3, 2003, at 3:34 AM, Alex Rice wrote:

>
> On Dec 3, 2003, at 12:53 AM, Ian Wood wrote:
>
>> You can find one at www.azurevision.co.uk/qtvr2mov/ scroll down to 
>> beta 1.0.6 and this is the one that does it.
>
> Hmm. this is not good. Here are some more data points if anyone can 
> figure this out.
>
> - qtvr2mov_demo_1_0_6_ launches OK on OS 10.2, with Classic installed. 
> But Classic apparently does not need to be running.
>
> - qtvr2mov_demo_1_0_6_ does not launch at all on OS 10.3, *without* 
> Classic installed.
>
> - This is a "PowerPC PEF executable" file.
>
> - OS 10.3 can run other PowerPC PEF executable files OK, like Transmit 
> the FTP app.
>
> - The PEFViewer that comes with OS 10.3 dev tools doesn't report 
> anything wrong with qtvr2mov_demo_1_0_6_
>
> Q- When building with 1.1.1, what are the Build platforms available 
> and what did you select that produced this standalone? (I don't have a 
> copy of 1.1.1 anymore) I can't remember when Mach-O output was enabled 
> in Rev, but that's preferable because it's OS X only and therefore 
> shouldn't try to launch classic, ever.
>
> Q- Can anyone test this file with OS 10.3, *with* Classic installed? 
> or OS 10.2, without Classic installed?
>
> Alex Rice <alex at mindlube.com> | Mindlube Software | 
> <http://mindlube.com>
>
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