Getting errors in the rev program: please help!

Andre.Bisseret Andre.Bisseret at
Thu Jun 10 14:24:07 EDT 2010

Hi Mark,

In the script of my main stack, in the openStack handler I put "true"  
into gRevDevelopment.
I opened my stack, opened a substack (a drawer)

Then trying to close the main stack I get the same phenomena;
I noticed that in the folder of my disk, where the main stack is the  
small icon followed by the name of my stack appears (with a tilde  
after .rev) then disappeared, appearead again, etc thus several times  
(for at least 15 seconds).

Eventually, after long seconds, the  stack gets closed.

Several seconds after I got the following error (in an error window):

      	executing internal 8:01:45 PM
Type	Function: error in function handler
Object	revApplicationOverview
Line	put the long id of card id tID of stack revTargetStack(pTarget)  
into tCard
Hint	revTargetStack

It is the first time I run in such a problem and I am really unable to  
understand what is happening!
I am really stuck with that

Thanks a lot for your attention to my problem. I feel myself less  
alone ;-))

Best regards


Le 10 juin 10 à 19:10, Mark Schonewille a écrit :

> Hi Andre,
> The line reported in the error is correct. In fact, it doesn't do  
> anything at all and it looks like all calls to that command should  
> have been removed from the IDE, but the IDE team didn't take the  
> time for it.
> Can you put true into gRevDevelopment and try again? Do you get a  
> different error now?
> I would test without tRev, until you know what causes the problem.
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> On 10 jun 2010, at 18:49, Andre.Bisseret wrote:
>> Bonjour Mark,
>> Yes the script editor is closed. I am working with tRev (keeping it  
>> open all the time without any problem up to now.  However, I just  
>> tried to close tRev before closing my stack but I got the same  
>> problem.
>> Thank you very much for your prompt answer.
>> Best regards
>> André
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