Password protecting a revMedia 4 stack - "Yer - But - No"
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Mon Aug 24 11:36:44 EDT 2009
David Bovill wrote:
> 2009/8/24 Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com>
>> What Bill means is that the end-product revlet that you upload to the web
>> server, is protected as it is turned into a different file format - but
>> nothing prevents you from either putting the original stack right next to
>> the revlet for download by interested people, or sharing it to someone else
>> via email or other means.
> Thanks Jan - good to know that RevMedia allows creation of stacks that are
> readable by the IDE - and it's just the Revlet export fromat that's locked.
Good to have the confirmation, but I'm still left with a questions:
Why do Revlets use a different format?
And are there implications for desktop deployment down the road?
Or even now: can a desktop app download and run a revlet as it would
any other stack?
Does the "is a stack" operator return true for revlets?
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