Weird stack name

Michael Kann mikekann at
Tue May 11 17:53:50 EDT 2010


I would take a look at all the readable strings in your standalone binary.

Find the Macintosh version of this type of Windows program:

The string must be in there somewhere.


--- On Tue, 5/11/10, Marty Knapp <martyknapp at> wrote:

> From: Marty Knapp <martyknapp at>
> Subject: Re: Weird stack name
> To: "How to use Revolution" <use-revolution at>
> Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 4:41 PM
> Nowhere in my scripting, and nowhere
> on my hard drive . . . (except these errant stacks)
> > Marty Knapp wrote:
> >> I posted this once before a while back . . . but
> didn't get any response, so thought I'd try again :)
> >> 
> >> I have a standalone from which I can create a
> stack (from a template stack) and it is stored in a specific
> folder so the program can find it. Every once in a while in
> this folder there is a stack with some variation of this
> name: "/Resources/PrinterInfo.xml"
> >> 
> >> I can open it up and it's a stack made from my
> template, but where the h*ll did this weird name come from?
> The stack that I intended to save is there too, with the
> correct name. I'm working on an Intel Mac with Leopard and
> Rev Studio 4. This does not happen often or predictably, but
> I'd like to track this down before I go public with my
> program.
> > 
> > How odd. Try searching your scripts for
> "PrinterInfo.xml" and see if anything shows up.
> > 
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