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Tue Aug 27 04:49:46 EDT 2019


Multiple externals are now supported on Win32 and MacOS systems.  On
Win32, just set the externals property of a stack to a multiline list
of the DLLs to load.  On MacOS systems, multiple CODE resources can be
included in a stack file.  The set that will be loaded for a given
platform depends on the ids of the resources.  The value of the id mod
3 is used to select the externals for a given platform as shown in the
following table:
0 - PPC
1 - 68K
2 - Carbon

 
> 2) If that doesn't help, you could store them in separate stacks and
> load with "start using"
> 
> HTH
> 
> Brian
> 
>> Hi
>> 
>> I've had a friend compile some code for me that works fine as an
>> external.
>> He made it a CODE resource with id 1200. That resource runs in both OS
>> 9 and
>> X. However, in OS 9 I added the Valentina vxcmd, also with CODE res id
>> 1200.
>> To accomodate this I renumbered the other CODE and it now refuses to
>> run.
>> 
>> In the xfcn/cmd world, renumbering res id did not usually result in
>> problems. Is it different for CODE res? How does one add more than one
>> CODE
>> res on OS 9? Should I have it recompiled as an xfcn or as a CODE res
>> with a
>> different id?
>> 
>> Obviously, I'm ignorant in this area and would appreciate some
>> enlightenment.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> Ron
>> 
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