Creating Mac standalone on Windows Studio?

Mark Swindell mdswindell at cruzio.com
Wed May 19 16:45:15 CDT 2010


I meant to be more silly than sarcastic.  :)  

It works fine the way I use it, from Mac to Windows.  But it can't be denied it's not so simple if you write on Windows and wish to deploy on Mac, and that is sort of 1/2 of the common equation for x-platform deployment, isn't it?  

Mark  (Not meaning to offend the Linux folks, but Windows and Mac are still the main supported platforms from all I read here.)


On May 19, 2010, at 1:59 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> Mark Swindell wrote:
>> Quite the conundrum.  Thanks for the explanation.  New motto: Write
>> once, wrestle lots, and deploy on multiple platforms.
> 
> To be fair, it's easy and as advertised to build on all platforms from any OS, with this one exception of building for OS X from Windows. You can't really blame Rev for not being able to support something that Windows isn't capable of doing. Windows is completely unaware of any unix-based permissions. Going the other direction -- building on other platforms for Windows deployment -- works fine and as expected.
> 
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