livecode on xubuntu 13.10

Monte Goulding monte at
Tue Dec 24 00:25:15 EST 2013

On 24/12/2013, at 4:14 PM, Monte Goulding wrote:

> On 24/12/2013, at 3:09 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
>> I don't think so. I see that Mr. Waddingham has a branch to add this
>> feature back in, but it doesn't look like it's made it into the
>> official build yet.
> That could be something different I think. It looks to me like it's a player type support so the community standalone engine could run stacks. I'm not sure what would need to be added to get it to run a script like the old CGI mode did. I'm not sure why the feature would be community only either but it appears to be limited to it. Perhaps RunRev don't want a player of protected stacks in the wild?
> Anyway, I think you could get something pretty close to the old CGI now by just adding one line to your file. I think you just need to add something to the global script to call startUp:
> #!<path to server engine>
> startUp
> on startUp
>   -- do whatcha like
> end startUp
> You will want to modify your scripts to remove all the stuff that server does for you though.

Ah.. no, it also needs to be modified to skip the first line and add an implied <?lc if char 1 to 2 is #!


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