Finding errors in a standalone

Alex Tweedly alex at tweedly.net
Fri Jul 14 16:31:17 CEST 2017



On 14/07/2017 04:40, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode wrote:
>
> Being ignorant of almost everything about internet connection details, 
> I've never called tsNetInit. I just include the internet library in my 
> standalone and it works. I'm gussing it initializes itself when the 
> library loads. What happens if you remove that command?
>
I don't have a good reason for calling tsNetInit (I wanted to use tsNet 
features, looked in the dictionary, saw that it had an "initialization" 
handler - so I used it :-)

Removing that call means I get further - but I still get this 
"anonymous" 'Execution error' dialog box with no info in it  - I think 
very time I call "tsNetPost".

I guess the *real* question is not about tsNet - it is what info 
*should* I get when some failure happens.
What have I done wrong to make this error dialog be empty of any useful 
content ?
And then maybe what diagnostic info can I get about included libraries, 
or these failures ?


-- Alex.



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