start using stack

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Thu May 23 11:55:19 CDT 2013


Yeah, would be a good idea to add the note.  I bet the reason its set up
that way is so that people can't snag your library stacks and pick em apart
for site hacking purposes.  If you hit the url for a .livecode file
directly, it only returns the very first string that designates the
stackfile format. Nothing else gets sent so they're definitely having
something else step in and process those files.

Pretty good idea actually. Otherwise it would make the security benefit of
using stack file libraries go poofy.


On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 10:50 AM, Robert Mann <rman at free.fr> wrote:

> Yeap!! Brilliant!! That is it... the LC server Beast was ruling the file
> system behind the scene!!
> So I'think it's going to be a good idea for me to go and append the
> documentation of "go stack url" for on-rev users and put a warning for the
> ones who would try and download a stack from a folder "covered" by LC
> server! Thanks a lot for taking a look at that!
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