3 questions about your coding habits

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu Oct 16 11:05:59 EDT 2014


Customers often have special requirements, which ask for a special 
set-up. Sometimes, I use a dedicated computer and sometimes I use an 
emulator. I use the OS the customer asks me to use, although I might use 
a slightly older or newer version. Everything depends on the project and 
the customer's budget.

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Mark Schonewille

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On 10/16/2014 05:22, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> 1. When you're working on stack files, do you always keep them somewhere
> in your Home folder, or run with admin privileges and keep them
> somewhere else (e.g. Applications)?
> 2. Do you regularly switch among different OSes, and if so how do you
> sync your files (drag-and-drop, rsync, OwnCloud, or something else), or
> do you bypass syncing altogether by mounting a shared volume?
> 3. If you do sync among multiple OSes, do you maintain the same paths to
> your stack files on each system relative to your home folder?
> e.g.
> Mac:
> /Users/rg/SomeProject/MyStack.livecode
> Linux:
> /home/rg/SomeProject/MyStack.livecode
> If the latter, then specialFolderPath("home") works as a way of storing
> relative paths for multi-OS workflows in a tool I'm working on....

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