The Scripter's Scrapbook (was: Online Snippets library)

stephen barncard stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Wed Sep 22 16:55:32 EDT 2010


I'm not sure the web server component is needed most of the time if all of
one's machines are on the same LAN. The local files on local machines seem
to get reconciled way before the web version. very fast.

On 22 September 2010 13:35, william humphrey <bill at bluewatermaritime.com>wrote:

> I've been running into a similar problem with dropbox. I'd like to
> have my Valentina databases there and I can't figure out a way to
> configure the vServer to allow that.
>
> Drop box sure is an excellent solution for back-ups and use with more
> than one machine. I only worry about the company disappearing or
> starting to charge for small uses or something.
>
> On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 4:20 PM, stephen barncard
> <stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com> wrote:
> > Hugh, as you know I've been needing a solution to make the same Scrapbook
> > data available on all my machines and I thought I had found it with
> Dropbox
> > (thanks Andre).
> >
> > But I'm having a hard time trying to find out where the data is stored,
> so I
> > can share that file using Dropbox.
> >
> > I am using the standalone option as the in-IDE plugin just shows too many
> > stacks in the browsers, and I use it for other kinds of code snippets.
> >
> > Should I just put the app itself in the dropbox?
> >
> >
> > On 22 September 2010 13:06, FlexibleLearning <admin at flexiblelearning.com
> >wrote:
> >
> >> Thank you all for the tributes.
> >>
> >> The Scripter's Scrapbook is also available in the new RunRev
> MarketPlace:
> >> http://www.runrev.com/store/product/scripters-scrapbook-1-0-0/
> >>
> >> However, their new website has not yet been completed and there are no
> >> download links for any products. To get a download (many different
> options;
> >> choose the one/s you want), go to the Flexible Learning website page
> >> http://www.flexiblelearning.com/ssbk.htm as Thomas suggested. Options
> >> include standalone applications which are not included in the runRev
> >> download (when they are re-instated) for those who wish to run ssBk
> outside
> >> the LiveCode environment.
> >>
> >> The on-line repository supports a range of attribution options and I
> would
> >> encourage you to take  2-for-1 advantage (for every two you grab, put at
> >> least one up yourself). You cannot store files but you can include any
> >> number of stacks, files, pdf's etc you want by including their url
> >> addresses. Ken Ray's work on the cgi to drive this part has been
> fantasic.
> >> We have also included vendor options so you can offer your work for sale
> if
> >> you wish as well.
> >>
> >> The Scripter's Scrapbook is currently v5.2.19, last updated 24 June 2010
> as
> >> AndyP says. Updates tend to quite infrequent nowadays as not much has
> been
> >> requested to improve.
> >>
> >> Hugh Senior
> >> FLCo
> >>
> >>
> >
> > Stephen Barncard
> > San Francisco Ca. USA
> >
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