RevServer deployment on OSX Server

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Fri Feb 18 14:19:18 EST 2011

On 2/18/11 9:30 AM, Keith Clarke wrote:
> 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.

If you use LiveCode as a CGI you will see no significant differences 
between 3.5 and 4.x, because a CGI is faceless -- no GUI, no window 
display. The capabilities added to 4.0 are mostly graphical features 
which CGIs do not support anyway. There is no screen display for a CGI.

Think of a CGI as you do the message box. Text only, in and out.

Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at
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