Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at
Mon Jan 31 10:02:40 EST 2005

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Yeah, you need to be running on a Mac to produce a Classic standalone.  
Any other platform can be built from any of the platforms if you have a 
studio or enterprise license.

On Jan 29, 2005, at 9:20 PM, Ken Ray wrote:

> On 1/29/05 4:56 PM, "Ben Fisher" <boinjyboing at> wrote:
>> I'm using Rev 2.5 on Windows XP. When I open up the Standalone 
>> Application
>> Settings, the "Mac OS" icon is grayed out. I'd like to be able to 
>> save as a
>> Mac classic standalone. Is this still possible? I'd rather not have 
>> to use
>> Dreamcard Player.
> Sorry, OS 9 standalones can't be build on Windows because of the 
> resource
> fork requirements that are stripped out under WIndows. OS X is 
> different
> because everything is a file, but I haven't build any Mac apps on 
> Windows so
> I don't know how well this works. The only way to create a Mac classic
> standalone is on a Mac, AFAIK.
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
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> Email: kray at
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Frank D. Engel, Jr.  <fde101 at>

$ ln -s /usr/share/kjvbible /usr/manual
$ true | cat /usr/manual | grep "John 3:16"
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten 
Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have 
everlasting life.
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