Compiling Livecode

Phil Davis revdev at
Thu Mar 7 02:16:10 EST 2019

After using Parallels for a few years, I realized I hate virtual 
environments. What I really do like, however, is having a Windows 10 
physical machine's desktop available in a window on my Mac, much like 
Mac-to-Mac Screen Sharing. (I recently discovered MS Remote Desktop - no 
going back!) I guess I could do something similar with machines running 
earlier versions of Windows but haven't tried yet.

Phil Davis

On 3/6/19 3:39 PM, Bob Sneidar via use-livecode wrote:
> Don't have it switch. You can share anything, or else not. You cn use coherence view, or not. I personally like sharing my Mac environment with my PC environment (folder redirection and all that) because it makes it simple to collaborate between the two environments. Recently I was able to IMPORT a VMWare VM into Parallels, becaue the VMWare player wouldn't run the Virtual Machine I was given because it wasn't able to emulate some kind of processor mode! ICK! I hate crap like that!
> Bob S
>> On Mar 6, 2019, at 03:57 , David Bovill via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
>> Thanks Eric, I may well go that route. I've run Parallel before - but I
>> found all the switching, and space it took up a bit much.
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