revLets and Libraries

Andre Garzia andre at
Thu May 20 09:31:28 EDT 2010


I think in the current incarnation, revLets can load remote stacks. So just
copy all your library stacks to a nice URL and load them with:

go stack url "bla bla bla"
start using stack "bla bla bla"


On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 8:24 AM, David Bovill <david at>wrote:

> I would like to be able to set up a testing scenario that enables a user to
> preview a view widget in a browser as a fully functioning test / demo. I
> have a library of these views with each view residing in its own stack. I
> can set up standalone settings so that when you open a view stack you can
> easily "Save as standalone...." and the revLet is saved and appears in the
> default browser.
> The problem I have is with libraries - that is if a particular view needs a
> library to function. I can add the library as a stack in the standalone
> settings, but it is copied as a seperate rev stack with a revLet. As far as
> i know you have to have the library as a substack if you want to use it in
> a
> revlet? Any ideas how to automate this - i don't want to duplicate the
> library and make it a substack of all the view widget stacks?
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