Cannot run .exec file of project
cszasz at mac.com
Tue Apr 27 16:37:26 EDT 2010
Thanks for you comment! It did run under previous versions of Parallel last year. And I am actually running on XP. This latest version of Parallels is supposed to be much improved. So the problem is my script, Rev. 4.0, or Parallels. I don't have a windows computer to try it on but I may be able to try on one in a few days.
cszasz at mac.com
On Apr 27, 2010, at 3:36 PM, Richmond Mathewson-2 [via Runtime Revolution] wrote:
> On 27/04/2010 22:15, charles61 wrote:
> > I am using Rev Enterprise 4.0.0 (built 950). After compiling my project, I
> > found that my app ran fine on OS X (10.6.2) but it will not run on Windows
> > XP using Parallels Version Build 5.0.9344. The splash screen appears but the
> > application does not launch and an error message dialog that is set using
> > the error reporting in Standalone Applications setting appears:
> > Executing at 1:48:22 PM on Tuesday, April 27, 2010
> > Type: Chunk: can't find stack
> > Object: card 'card id 1002' of stack 'C:/Documents and
> > Settings/Administrator/Desktop/S504.exe'
> > Line: show stack 'Support 504 Assist'
> > Line Num: 48
> > Hint: continue
> > And I had to use Control-Alt-Delete to stop the splash from continuing to
> > try to find the Support 504 Assist stack.
> > The above script refers to my script in the splash stack below which is
> > supposed to launch my app:
> > on openStack
> > send continue to me in 2 seconds
> > end openStack
> > on continue
> > close stack "AppStart"
> > go stack "Support 504 Assist"
> > show stack "Support 504 Assist"
> > end continue
> > The funny thing is that this same script work about a year ago when I
> > created another app. When I tested my old app, I got the same error message
> > except with only the name of the app being different! In both instances, I
> > tried to launch both apps from the desktop.
> > I check my standalone application settings to see if the stack "Support 504
> > Assist" was accidentally left out but it is included in the stack files.
> > Has anyone ran into this problem? Or is this script needs to be changed?
> Knowing that RunRev 4.0 for Windows will not run under WINE in Linux
> makes me
> think that Windows executables made by the RunRev standalone builder are
> probably not very "haooy" with any sort of emulated environment.
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