App restart after update
bvlahos at mac.com
Sat Jul 5 18:25:08 CDT 2008
I am using a splash screen but it don't actually start using this
template stack. I touch it to get version info.
I tried deleting it as suggested and I also tried stop using it and
neither seem to work.
The revert command seems to be for the main stack and I'm not sure
how I would actually use it in this situation.
I'm missing something.
On Jun 17, 2008, at 9:56 PM, Trevor DeVore wrote:
> On Jun 18, 2008, at 12:44 AM, Bill Vlahos wrote:
>> Most of the time I only update the stacks. What is the command to
>> unload the stacks? After I unload the stacks how do I reinitialize
>> the standalone stack?
> I'm assuming you used the splash stack technique and you don't have
> to update any stacks that were used to build the standalone. If the
> stacks are not stack files then this won't work. If they are then
> You can unload your application stacks using:
> delete stack NAME_OF_MAINSTACK
> This will remove the stack from memory. After removing the
> application stacks from memory just call whatever handler in the
> stack used to create the executable initializes and launches your
> application. Perhaps startup or preopenStack. That could should
> already take care of loading your application stacks into memory
> and launching the application.
> There is also the 'revert' command which will reload the stack from
> disk. I haven't used this technique myself though.
> Trevor DeVore
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