wouter.abraham at pi.be
Tue Jul 27 07:01:10 CDT 2004
> • From: Kevin Miller
> • Subject: Re: Rev player
> • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2004 09:26:54 -0700
> On 25/7/04 10:16 pm, "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > So if we want to distribute a stack such as a simple address stack
> where cards
> > will be added and data will need to be saved by the enduser. We will
> have to
> > create a standalone to run the stack. Therefore dreamcard will not
> do the job.
> > Correct?
> The Player application is by default configured to have secureMode
> on. This makes it "secure" preventing a stack from destroying a users
> drive. However, the end user does have the option to turn of
> secureMode as
> a preference included with the Player, so if you have a stack you want
> distribute you need to tell the end user to turn this option off if
> want to be able to save data. In a future version we may look more
> at an intermediate "level" of security, right now the user must be
> asked to
> turn this off.
Not completely true.
If the player is distributed *on it's own* (in this version) any other
stack who needs full access to the disk can do so *without* needing to
turning off secureMode.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin Miller ~ [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ http://www.runrev.com/
> Runtime Revolution - User-Centric Development Tools
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