"There Was a Problem Saving the Standalone Application"
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Wed Jul 19 20:02:54 EDT 2006
On 7/19/06, Phil Davis <revdev at pdslabs.net> wrote:
> Shots in the dark:
> - How long is your filepath to the stack in question? Try putting it on
> desktop and building it from there.
Tried that. Also shortened the name of the stack file itself.
- Does the file have any oddball characters in its name? get rid of 'em.
OR - this is probably the route to go if you have time - just wait for the
> to come out. :o)
Can't wait. Author's way too slow.
Sorry... it got away from me. Too much Tom Poston in 60s-70s sitcoms.
> Phil Davis
> Dan Shafer wrote:
> > Nothing infuriates me more than meaningless error messages from
> > tools. (OK, OK, there are some things in life and politics that
> > infuriate me
> > more, but they don't count right now!)
> > I'm working on my eBook on building standalones and for the first time
> in a
> > long time, I cannot get a fairly simple application to create a
> > I've tried everything I know of and have spent 3 hours on this, so it's
> > time
> > to raise a white flag.
> > The app is a single stack with a single card. It uses libURL to do some
> > stuff. I've set up the standalone settings the way I think they should
> > I've tried both explicitly including the Internet library and letting
> > search for the needed libraries. I've tried including and excluding the
> > standard dialogs (which my app doesn't use). I've tried building only
> > for OS
> > X and only for Windows and both at the same time. I've tried building
> > app under 2.6.1 and 2.7.2. I've confirmed I can build a standalone in
> > 2.6.1and
> > 2.7.2 from another stack with the same basic set of settings.
> > What else can I look for? What could cause this oh-so-helpful error
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