dsc at swcp.com
Wed Apr 7 23:53:03 CDT 2004
On Wednesday, April 7, 2004, at 09:53 PM, Monte Goulding wrote:
>> The simple way to use externals is to statically place them next to
>> executable. Let's see if I understand the implications under this
>> scheme. That means they have to be two places, one is next to the
>> Revolution application. The other is in the project folder. In the
>> project folder they have to be next to the splash stack or main stack,
>> so they will be next to the app in Windows. The externals property is
>> not modified, you explained. The relative location would then be next
>> to the internal executable in the OS X bundle. Does that work?
> Yes... have a go ;-)
I am not able to select the bundle in the copy files pane. That is a
It doesn't matter; this does not work when I copy by hand.
I copied the bundle into the intra app MacOS folder. That does not
work. I copied it into the same folder as test.app. That works. That
is the same as it always has been.
Now if all paths in a project have to be relative to the executable in
the MacOS folder, how does this work?
Am I suppose to modify the defaultFolder in the startup for OS X?
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