Replacing Stacks in Memory
mikedoub at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 19:47:56 CET 2016
Thanks Scott, but no luck. This might work if I was using the same
url. In my case I have two urls that point to separate files. file1 is
rev 1 of the stack, file1 is rev 2 of the stack. The stack inside each
file has the same name, but different code.
load file1 you see version 1 of the stack
load file2 your still see version 1 of the stack
I thought about trying to see if the stack was in memory, but I am not
sure to find out the name of the stack when I only have the filename.
On 2/16/16 1:27 PM, Scott Rossi wrote:
> Try this, posted by Mike Bonner a while back:
> "Like the timestamp, you can just tack on a # and the milliseconds to each
> request. http://whatever.url.com/mystack.livecode#134513461"
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX/UI Design
> On 2/16/16, 10:11 AM, "use-livecode on behalf of Michael Doub"
> <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of mikedoub at gmail.com>
>> I am building a launcher app the loads stacks from DropBox.
>> I am using
>> go URL tURL where the tURL is the stack to load using the correct
>> DropBox format.
>> This works great for the first load. However, if I update the stack in
>> DropBox and try to reload tURL, it does not purge the existing stack and
>> load the new one.
>> Is there a way to force a reload?
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