AW: open stack finds stack in wrong path!?

Tiemo Hollmann TB toolbook at kestner.de
Tue Jun 16 05:46:59 EDT 2015


Hi Devin,
thank you for your explanations.
Either if I am using *go stack “mainStack.rev”*, or using the explicite path
*go stack item 1 to -2 of the effective filename of this stack & slash &
“mainStack.rev"*
Whatever I do, my standalone always prefers the mainStack.rev from the
bundle directory and ignores the given path inside the bundle. Only if there
is no file "mainStack.rev" at the bundle level, the standalone takes the
"mainStack.rev" from inside the bundle.
Though there must be some more straight forward approach, the only solution
I now see is using two different names of the "mainStack.rev", one
"mainStackOSX.rev" for OS X inside the bundle and one "mainStackWin.rev" at
bundle level for the windows version, so that my OS X standalone can't catch
the wrong stack at bundle level anymore. 
Thanks
Tiemo


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von Devin Asay
Gesendet: Montag, 15. Juni 2015 19:59
An: How to use LiveCode
Betreff: Re: open stack finds stack in wrong path!?

Correction.

On Jun 15, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Devin Asay <devin_asay at byu.edu> wrote:

> Tiemo,
> 
> On OS X looking for a stackfile relative to the location of the .app
bundle will look inside the .app bundle, as you have seen.

This should have said “On OS X looking for a stackfile relative to the
location of the splash stack/app, will look inside the .app bundle




Devin Asay
Office of Digital Humanities
Brigham Young University


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