backupcopying in substackmodifyable standalone

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Sat Nov 18 17:33:02 EST 2006


I think Kersten must have the "move sub-stacks into separate stack  
file" option set in the standalone builder.

On OS X, at least, this saves the substacks as separate files  
(obviously) within the application bundle.

These stacks are indeed modifiable by the standalone, but are not  
actual sub-stacks as they are in the IDE, though it kind of makes  
sense to still call them sub-stacks, since in development they were.

Best,

Mark

On 18 Nov 2006, at 21:58, Chipp Walters wrote:

> On 11/18/06, Kresten Bjerg <Kresten.Bjerg at psy.ku.dk> wrote:
>>
>> Hi
>> The notion that you cant save changes to a standalone, without
>> complicated operations, is wrong.  You cant save changes to the
>> mainstack of a standalone, but all the changes you want in its  
>> substacks
>
>
> Sorry Kresten,
>
> You are mistaken. You cannot save changes to a substack of the  
> mainstack of
> a standalone.
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