katir at hindu.org
Sun Oct 26 00:40:10 EDT 2003
This is a known behavior as far back as I can remember with Rev. and I
have even seen some custom props created in stacks by the IDE that
refer to an older version. I am not sure why you would keep an old 2.0
version around... but if you really need it, just stuff it or zip it
as a back up...
If you really need to keep 2.0 around, trying building a distribution
of the stack, but not as a stand alone, and check the dialog to remove
Rev custom props, then build the distribution sans any other resources
at all. then, use this as your "original" and open it in 2.1.1 and
save. At least in one instance this worked for me... after doing this
the stack would boot in the latest version of REV on my system and not
an older one , even though the older one was present and available.
On Saturday, October 25, 2003, at 05:03 PM, Thomas J McGrath III wrote:
> I am not using Panther and yet this is what is happening to me. It has
> been happening ever since I did my first Build Distribution. I did a
> Mac OSX, Mac OS9, and Windows exe and they are sitting in a sub folder
> on my desktop.
> I could try a right click and then an 'open with' I think there was a
> 'use always' or something like it.
> I'll check. But it is definitely not just a Panther issue.
> On Saturday, October 25, 2003, at 07:28 PM, Lee Perham wrote:
>> Panther has an odd effect on Rev. Rev 2.1.1 resides in my
>> applications folder. However, if I click open an application, rather
>> than opening Rev 2.1.1 it goes out and finds an old Rev 2.0 to open
>> itself. Even if Rev 2.1.1 is open, the application starts up an old
>> Rev 2.0. If I open Rev 2.1.1 and use the Open Stack command under
>> the File menu everything works fine.
>> ~ Lee Perham
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