Standalone Creation - Windows "Externals" Sub-folder

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Aug 3 07:12:31 CDT 2010


Hi Francis,

The externals folder contains files If you include externals :-) For  
example if you include the browser library or the revFont library or  
if you include a database driver.

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Mark Schonewille
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Op 3 aug 2010 om 13:27 heeft Francis Nugent Dixon <effendi at wanadoo.fr>  
het volgende geschreven:\

> Hi from Beautiful Brittany,
>
> When creating a Windows Standalone Application,
> the generated Windows folder contains a sub-folder
> called "Externals". For my stacks, this folder has
> always been empty. This is convenient for me, because
> I can take the .exe file out of its environment,
> and put it anywhere for execution.
>
> I would surmise that if the sub-folder contained
> anything, I would always have to keep the .exe
> file and the Externals folder in the same folder.
>
> However, always curious, I would like to know
> under what circumstances does this sub-folder
> contain anything ?
>
> -Francis
>
> "Nothing should ever be done for the first time !"
>
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