LiveCode-HyperCard XCMD's

-=>JB<=- sundown at pacifier.com
Thu May 17 15:05:16 EDT 2012


Here is an idea of something to accomplish that I used on hypercard stack.
There was an XCMD named star that would add a frame around a picture
and would have rotating balls between the frame and the picture.

I was not trying to do that and like I said I was just messing around with
OS 9 on an Intel Mac using OS X.

-=>JB<=-


On May 17, 2012, at 11:15 AM, stephen barncard wrote:

> most likely it was compiled for Power PC, Intel macs didn't exist then. I
> would venture to say that they wouldn't work. Anyway Livecode is so fast
> and versatile that most of the functions that needed XCMDs can all be done
> in native Livecode. The time it would take to convert could be spent
> re-designing for modern machines. What do you need to accomplish?
> 
> On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 4:07 AM, -=>JB <=- <sundown at pacifier.com> wrote:
> 
>> LiveCode
>> Lessons and Tutorials
>> HyperCard
>> 
>> LiveCode supports the HyperCard 1.x XCMD model (which means that most
>> XCMDs and XFCNs
>> that don’t display a window will work in LiveCode without
>> modification)Tutorials
>> 
>> 
>> What if I have the binary code of a XCMD I wrote in hyperCard is there a
>> way to use it in LiveCode
>> or do I need to use the hyperCard XCMD as it is or do I need to use the
>> original XCMD code I wrote?
>> Is there a way to recompile my XCMD binary code?
>> 
>> -=>JB<=-
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