kray at sonsothunder.com
Wed Apr 7 11:26:27 CDT 2004
Why do you need to add stacks to the stackFiles property? I've been using
MC/Rev for years and never needed to do this to open other stacks. When you
open a stack in the IDE, it automatically defaults to the path where the
executable lies, and only changes when you set "the directory" (or the
"defaultFolder"). All relative paths are from ther
Does this help?
Sons of Thunder Software
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> From: "Kevin" <nnoydb at excite.com>
> Reply-To: nnoydb at excite.com, How to use Revolution
> <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 04:52:15 -0400 (EDT)
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> Subject: Relative Paths
> I am a bit confused. How does one create applications that can be used in the
> IDE on multiple platforms without relative paths. When I add a satck file to
> the the stackFiles property (in the property explorer) the fully qualified
> path is used. When I copy the stack to another platform the path (something
> like "/Users/me/src/transcript/common/xxx.rev") will not function. Please
> someone explain how this is supposed to work?
> Any resemblance between the above views and those of my
> employer, my terminal, or the view out my window are purely
> Any resemblance between the above and my own views is non-deterministic.
> The question of the existence of views in the absence of anyone to hold
> is left as an exercise for the reader. The question of the existence of
> the reader
> is left as an exercise for the second god coefficient.
> (A discussion of non-orthogonal, non-integral polytheism is beyond the
> scope of this article.)
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