Using rev with -ui flag
th.douez at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 04:50:14 CST 2009
> You wrote:
>> If there's a problem, it should show up in the error log.
> I'm probably being stupid,
don't think so :-)
> but what log would that be (on either Mac or Linux)? (BTW I
> possibly didn't make clear that this isn't in a CGI context - this
> is a standalone app.)
could be catch in stderr
>> Some native Revolution commands that don't work (and may hang your
>> script) are:
>> * create stack (or any file creation) - CGI permissions
> Does that apply even if running as an ordinary standalone, not as CGI?
I'm using Revolution ( Metacard to be honest ) since years with -ui.
and not in a CGI context.
I'm catching some information from the outside world of Revolution
and out of it
can build a script, create a stack , compile it and send back the
No problems so far.
But, I've to admit I'm still a bit annoyed, not to say more, that
there is no
doc at all for these things.... So, I'm very careful when I develop;
which means test test and test... and multiply by 3 the development
time to be sure :-(
Without saying that for every new version, one have to check
to be sure that it still works !!!
> I've opened BZ #7620 to request actual documentation (gasp!) of
> command line options, and included a reference back to Mark's note
> as the nearest there is to RunRev documentation at present.
I'll go there and vote for it !
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