LiveCode Personal Banner
bonnmike at gmail.com
Mon Nov 15 19:43:55 EST 2010
I did this even though I'm currently using the commercial version. All it
is is a list that I can drop .rev or .livecode files on and that launches
them with a double click. Keeps the IDE out of the way, don't have to mess
with actually building standalones. And the bonus is, it only loads the
stuff I use regularly. No oracle, mySQL, ODBC, Postgresql, encryption etc.
Plus, correct me if i'm wrong, but if you have 5 standalones and run them
all, doesn't it load all the bundled stuff into EACH standalone? So that you
redundantly load the same thing 5 times? If this is the case, then seems
like having a stack runner that loads the stuff once so that all subsequent
apps use the same, would be more efficient in the long run. Not positive it
works this way though.
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Terry Judd <tsj at unimelb.edu.au> wrote:
> What about creating a personal 'player' application that starts up
> automatically and is just left running in the background. You could then
> open your projects as you do in the IDE (e.g. drop them on the app icon,
> retrieve them from a recent list or open them via a file selection dialog)
> without the distractions of all the other IDE stuff. You'll only see the
> splash message once on startup/login irrespective of the number of times
> run your 'apps'.
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