[Server] create stack trouble

Pierre Sahores sc at sahores-conseil.com
Tue Aug 9 18:01:22 EDT 2011


Hi Jacques,

Stephen (Brancard) noticed some days ago that in double clicking any server's stack from within our FTP browser window, the stack will be directly opened in our LC desktop IDE. In this way, we can edit our code exactly as if the stack went stored locally and we can use the IDE debbuger, etc... before saving back transparently the stack to the server when the work is done. Not sure, at this point, that the On-Rev client will really stay an easiest way to go...

Kind regards,

Pierre

(Mac OS X, CyberDuck, LC 4.6.3)

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Le 9 août 2011 à 22:58, jacques CLAVEL a écrit :

> I agree, Pierre,
> 
> Nice job from RunRev guys. Now the On-Rev client has to be updated, and all
> will be perfect.
> 
> Jacques
> 
> 2011/8/9 Pierre Sahores <sc at sahores-conseil.com>
> 
>> Hi Björnke,
>> 
>> The main goal of using the server's stack component is to let us store our
>> code as password protected libraries instead of storing it in unprotected
>> flat text .irev components. This server's stack component is useful each
>> time we need to install our LC-server solutions on clients servers on a
>> license basis contract.
>> 
>> In this sense, the server's stack component fits all the n-tier development
>> expectable needs and, from my point of view at least, RunRev did a 100%
>> perfect work in realizing it. We are now able to deliver our solutions in
>> the same ways Java or Zend developers are doing with their own protected
>> libs. I have to add that this new component works 100% fine in any situation
>> my apps needs to address and that RunRev need to be warmly thanks for all
>> the great opportunities that we become able to cover in using it.
>> 
>> More : on Posix platforms at least, our .lc+.livecode driven server's apps
>> are running in multi-thread mode under the control of the underlying OS +
>> Apache CGI gateway components. As we would say there in southern Europe :
>> "C'est la totale !"
>> 
>> More2 : n-tier development need to be designed with different eyes we use
>> to develop desktop apps (and relevant stack's components). LC has yet become
>> a perfect development platform in both worlds and we just have to choose the
>> right ways to go to get the job done.
>> 
>> ;D
>> 
>> Le 9 août 2011 à 15:47, Björnke von Gierke a écrit :
>> 
>>> As someone said "why use stacks when you could save your things into text
>> files". He's right and actually that makes more sense then using the
>> currently available, partially implemented stacks at all
>> 
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>> 
>> 
>> 
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