OS X application ID

Pete pete at mollysrevenge.com
Mon Mar 19 13:50:51 EDT 2012


But be careful - those properties aren't carried over to the standalone so
if you need access to them in the standalone as well as the IDE, you'll
need to grab them and put them into your own custom properties, possibly in
the savingStandalone handler.
Pete

On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 10:39 AM, J. Landman Gay
<jacque at hyperactivesw.com>wrote:

> On 3/19/12 8:30 AM, Dar Scott wrote:
>
>> I am pondering about how a handler that is part of the development of
>> an application that is being created and tested in the IDE might know
>> about the eventual OS X application ID of that app.
>>
>> Where is the OS X application ID saved by the standalone application
>> settings window?
>>
>> I assume this is in a property of the stack.
>>
>> And if one happens to know these... What is the value when no
>> settings have been set up? What is the value in standalones and in
>> IDE stacks?
>>
>
> All the standalone settings are stored in a custom property set of the
> stack called "cRevStandaloneSettings". Turn on "LiveCode UI Elements in
> Lists" under the View menu and you'll be able to see that property set in
> the stack inspector.
>
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