Random crash when building standalone
ludovic.thebault at laposte.net
Sat Sep 4 13:21:22 EDT 2021
The stacks concerned are not so old! It must be LiveCode 6 or 7.
I have the impression that the RevApplicationOverview plugin has an influence in the problem. I’ll dig on it.
> Le 3 sept. 2021 à 20:04, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> a écrit :
> On 9/3/21 3:53 AM, Ludovic THEBAULT via use-livecode wrote:
>> When I build a Windows or macOS standalone, I sometimes have several alerts that concern the "livecode's stacks" ("answer dialog", "print chooser" ...) that are saved in the standalone (but I don't want them to be!) and that conflict with the original stacks.
>> And rarely it ends with a livecode crash.
>> These "livecode stack's" are also added as substacks in my stacks...
>> This seems to be related to "old stacks".
>> I can't find any bug report about this but maybe I didn't look hard enough
> I've seen this before with stacks that were originally built with MC, where you had to include ask and answer stacks manually into the mainstack. I've also heard about these inclusions once or twice in LC but I'm not sure what would cause that.
> From the message box, do: put the substacks of stack "myMainStack"
> If the ask/answer dialogs are there, then you can delete them:
> delete stack "answer dialog" of stack "myMainStack"
> delete stack "ask dialog" of stack "myMainStack"
> Be sure to include the reference to your mainstack, since otherwise you might delete the one in the IDE. That's no a permanent problem but it won't solve your issue.
> You might also be able to do the same thing in the project browser, but I usually use the message box.
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