RevServer deployment on OSX Server

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Fri Feb 18 10:30:03 EST 2011


Thanks for reframing the problem Bjoernke! 

Actually, I have the 3.5 CGI but as I arrived on planet LiveCode after version 4, I'm concerned about just how limited my palette would be with v3.5 engine and UI controls. This is especially the case as I've used several plug-ins and externals in my concept demonstrators and as I'm sure these won't roll-back elegantly, I lack the environment or capability to undertake rigorous unit and integration test of all of those against 3.5, to establish my hard limits for the product re-engineering toolset.

So, it falls into the 'too hard' quadrant of some strategic 2x2 matrix ;-)

On 18 Feb 2011, at 15:13, Björnke von Gierke wrote:

> I guess it's:  "How to use RevServer in tandem with stacks?" 
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> And the answer is old style rev cgi. Every customer is entitled to mail runrev and demand the old cgi engine from them. I suggest every customer should do that.
> 
> At least that is something one can actually do.
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> On 18 Feb 2011, at 14:54, Keith Clarke wrote:
> 
>> This is why I invested in LiveCode and the revServer pre-release programme and why now - three months later with no launch, no progress, no roadmap, no news - I am forced to rethink my technology strategy. Still that's my problem, not a 'How to use LiveCode' issue ;-)   
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