Windows standalone two handlers separated
klaus at major-k.de
Thu Dec 9 10:36:48 CST 2004
> Thanks, Klaus, for getting back to me about my Windows standalone
> Making a standalone that works in Windows has been such a problem for
> me! I can't believe there's not more uproar about this. Stuff just
> doesn't work like it's supposed to and often the symptoms don't help
> you pinpoint the cause.
> Anyway, I implemented your idea. Specifically I wrote
> send "parttwo" to btn "instructions" of cd 1 of this stack
> Is this okay? (Because I couldn't figure out the name of my stack,
> stupid as that my sound. When I typed "answer the stack name" and
> such things, I just got errors.)
Sure "this stack" does work, if the script being executed is in THIS
STACK, as you experienced :-)
> Anyway, the problem still persists with my standalone. But perhaps it
> was a different problem to begin with. The weird thing is, before I
> implemented this change it seemed like the standalone was only reading
> the first portion of my script, not the second (like I described
> before). WITH this change, it's not working at all.
> I don't see why a parameter is preferable over a global variable,
It isn't, actually :-)
Just wanted to show you an alternative...
> but I implemented that suggestion anyway. It worked fine in the
> development environment, but again no nothing on the windows
> standalone. Perhaps there is some other error going on, but I can't
> figure it out at all.
> Again, the symptom is that the Windows standalone won't put text in
> the card field like its supposed to, but I suspect that might be
> symptomatic of something unrelated since that's been the case with
> other Windows standalone problems that I've had.
> Sorry for the pestering.
No pestering at all, this is a list to help others out, if possible!!!!
> I really appreciate your help!
Can you post some code that does not work in the standalone?
I can even offer you to take a look here (offlist) and try to build a
standalone from your stack,
if you don't mind...
klaus at major-k.de
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