Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Tue Oct 5 14:33:13 CDT 2004
The stack doesn't behave like a standalone because it is *not* a
standalone. The Dreamcard Player is like a stripped-down,
"playback-only" version of Rev which can be downloaded for free by the
users of your stack (or bundled with your stack, if you follow the
license agreement). This allows them to use Rev/Dreamcard stacks even
if they do not own Rev/Dreamcard, and you just distribute your regular
In other words, Dreamcard Player is to Dreamcard as Adobe Reader is to
Acrobat Professional. No development tools, just the "reader".
On Oct 5, 2004, at 3:22 PM, Sharon Stamps wrote:
> This is probably a stupid question, but coming from Revolution Express
> to Dreamcard has me a little confused. I understand that one does not
> build standalones in Dreamcard, but can anyone explain to me how
> distribution works? I have my stack and the Dreamcard player, and yet
> the stack doesn't "act" like it did as a standalone built in
> Revolution Express... I am probably missing something in the
> documentation on this, but I haven't been able to successfully uncover
> the mysteries of Dreamcard...
> Any help/explanation would be appreciated...
> Sharon Stamps
> English Language Center
> Brigham Young University
> use-revolution mailing list
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Frank D. Engel, Jr. <fde101 at fjrhome.net>
$ ln -s /usr/share/kjvbible /usr/manual
$ true | cat /usr/manual | grep "John 3:16"
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten
Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have
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