Possible Catalina problem...

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 02:37:00 EDT 2020

Well, goofy as it may seem . . .

MacOS 10.15.5 / LiveCode 9.6.0 Community

I made a stack containing 1 butoon and NO code and called it "example 1" 
and ran off a Mac standalone.

The I renamed the stack "example 2" and did exactly the same thing.

Both of the resultant standalones lauched without an "funny" messages.

HOWEVER, that result is only of any value as far as 2 apps built from 
what are effectively "zero" stacks go (not very far at all).


On 8.06.20 17:55, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode wrote:
> We have run into a possible problem. Researchware makes two 
> applications, HyperRESEARCH and HyperTRANSCRIBE. We have new 
> forthcoming versions of both built on LiveCode 9.5.1.
> These two applications are code signed and the DMG is code signed, 
> notarized, and stapled for Catalina. They both work fine on testing on 
> macOS ranging from Mavericks (10.9) to Mojave (10.14).
> We also only have a single Catalina system to test on. On that single 
> system, each application seems to work fine, but if we run them at the 
> same time, the second app to launch throws a script error on startup - 
> and it looks like it may be related to network actions on startup.
> We have a TON more testing to do, but I wanted to ask if anyone have 
> seen ANY Catalina specific problems running multiple LiveCode 
> standalones at the same time?
> Our hope is that this is a problem SPECIFIC to our single Catalina mac 
> and not a LC Engine or tsNet Catalina specific bug of some sort. To 
> know that some one else has run multiple LC 9 standalones at the same 
> time on Catalina and seen no errors would be kind of encouraging right 
> now.
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