Pamela crisis update
soapdog at mac.com
Sun Aug 1 19:14:43 EDT 2004
about the dos mode text, that's legacy to prevent DOS users to load
your app, thats normal... and a good sign... :D
did Rev crashed while you were working with your stack?
On Aug 1, 2004, at 8:06 PM, pkc wrote:
> Hello all, thanks to those of you who've written to help. As I said in
> my last message, I have posted the stack file and the .exe file to my
> iDisk public folder: pkc (no password). Any comments or hints
> I followed Mark Wieder's advice and opened the stack file with a text
> editor. I don't understand all the white space, but other than that it
> all looks pretty normal. I just mean that is my code in there, and I
> assume those are my images.
> I also opened the .exe file. It has all the same stuff in it BUT
> starts with this line:
> "MZ ÿÿ ¸ @ ø º ´
> Í!¸LÍ!This program cannot be run in DOS mode."
> Does this mean me? If I am building for Windows, am I trying to run in
> DOS mode? (I have the impression yes, since Windows 98 seems to be
> running in the monitoring/correction substrate). Why wouldn't a
> Revolution build for WIndows run in DOS mode? Can I just throw that
> line away somehow?
> Also, getting into the text-only mania, I opened the .exe.zip file.
> Didn't see anything humanly readable in there.
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Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004 ð BRAZIL
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