standalone not quitting on Win7
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Jan 11 05:51:20 CST 2012
The wait command blocks all other handlers and hence has no effect. Maybe you mean wait 1 with messages, but I don't think it matters. You can ignore the wait command. Also, I wouldn't put the quit command in the closeStack handler but in the closeStackRequest handler because the closeStack handler can't prevent a stack from closing but the closeStackRequest handler can.
I wrote my script specifically because a simple quit command wouldn't do. Windows standalones tend to remain in memory if an external or database driver is still running or if a window wasn't closed and there are versions of Revolution (and maybe LiveCode but I wouldn't know because I always use my script) that crash if the quit command is executed while a backdrop is active.
Usually, I don't run my script inside a closeStack(Request) handler. I have a separate handler for it, which I call from the quit menu item on Windows and from the shutdownRequest handler on Mac OS X.
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On 11 jan 2012, at 09:22, Pierre Sahores wrote:
> Did you try ?
> on closeStack
> wait 1
> end closeStack
> Le 11 janv. 2012 à 03:04, Nicolas Cueto a écrit :
>> on closeStack
>> end closeStack
>> Any ideas? Thanks.
>> Nicolas Cueto
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