When is a stack "dirty"?

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Wed Apr 8 13:40:24 EDT 2015


On 4/8/2015 11:33 AM, Peter Haworth wrote:
> After several years of using Livecode, I still don't understand how the IDE
> decides when a stack needs to be saved when I quit from it.
>
> As an example,  if I delete a substack by script then quit, the stack isn't
> saved.  If I change the vale of a custom property by script then quit, the
> stack isn't saved.  Same thing happens if I add a new substack by script.
> And if I change the value of a custom property by script.
>
> Surely the IDE should be aware that a save is needed in those
> circumstances?

Basically it knows you made a change when you do something manually. 
Changing anything by script is sent directly to the engine and the IDE 
doesn't know about it.

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Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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