Copy of RevError Report

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Mon Jun 9 04:44:59 CEST 2014


I know.  It's really bizarre.  It's also not modal.  I have a timeout built
into the standalone so that it will eventually just quit, and the dialog
doesn't stop that.
Well, more messing there will be.


On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 8:54 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
wrote:

> Mike Kerner write:
>
>  I have a faceless application that, when it opens, is throwing up a blank
>> dialog with an ok button.  The title of the dialog it is throwing up is
>> "Copy of RevError Report".
>>
>> Any clues what might be triggering this?
>>
>
> Somehow it seems the Error dialog was copied into your stack file, perhaps
> at build time.  Double-check the original stack file and rebuild, though it
> may also be an indication of some other error in the script, so expect that
> even when you get rid of the dialog you'll see error info output to console
> (though you'll want to use the very latest version for that - some earlier
> builds had a bug which prevented console output on Windows).
>
> But even weirder is that it's able to display a dialog at all - normally,
> running facelessly is done by passing -ui on the command line, which is so
> much more efficient because it never initializes any GUI components.  But
> if you were running facelessly, it shouldn't be possible for the engine to
> present any window at all.
>
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