Should I have to check compiled programmes?
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at comcast.net
Tue Mar 11 12:55:16 EDT 2008
I responded to this in the RR Forums this morning. I think you have
something going on in the code or environment related issues. The
compiler has been running smooth for a while now and I don't think
your problem lies there.
You may want to check the obvious causes:
Library not installed/included
SubStack not check for inclusion
Pathname changed (Static versus Dynamic)
If then (if the environment is "Development" then...)
Also, Since you are working with numbers as labels I would look into
the naming (not label) of these buttons. I would check if you are
using a naming scheme that could be causing your problem.
Since your code is top secret maybe you can share what types of things
you are doing behind the scenes with the code i.e. Loading a picture,
URL, accessing an external data file, mySQL etc.
It's nothing clever - just an mouseUp
with generic code which is used by
a number of other buttons - which all
work. Just a matter of checking if the
label "12" is in a list "10,11,12" and
acting accordingly. It was in the list
and the other numbers were found.
As I said, it ran OK in the IDE so it's
something that happens during
On Mar 9, 2008, at 12:52 AM, Ross Giddings wrote:
> My app ran in RR but after I
> compiled it I found that one
> button wasn't responding to
> Other buttons with the same
> code were OK.
> I tested again in RR and found
> nothing wrong.
> When I compiled again the same
> button worked.
> Should I check my compiled app
> for errors? Feel I shouldn't
> have to...
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