Copy of RevError Report
MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Wed Jun 11 18:35:09 CEST 2014
For the next person who runs into this, it happened because when I copied
the new version of the compiled application, I (brilliantly) didn't copy
the dll's and the like, too, so when the database functions came along, we
had a problem. It also created a copy of another file in the directory,
and gave it the same name - "copy of RevError Report". The dialog popped
up because I can't type and the -ui didn't make it. It was close, but it
didn't make it.
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 10:44 PM, Mike Kerner <MikeKerner at roadrunner.com>
> 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
>> 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.
>> Richard Gaskin
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