Laughing my socks off.

Bjoernke von Gierke bvg at mac.com
Sun Mar 15 20:42:16 EDT 2015


http://quality.runrev.com/enter_bug.cgi

At option 4 "I can see this bug in", choose "Documentation"


> On 15 Mar 2015, at 13:18, Richmond <richmondmathewson at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> But in a slightly bitter way:
> 
> So, I peeped into the "LiveCode Resource Center" under the heading "Linux Externals"
> 
> this is on Livecode 7.0.4 rc1 . . .
> 
> and read this:
> 
> "One of the most important parts of the upcoming 2.9 release is that it contains an updated Linux engine full to the brim with features that were previously only available on Windows and Mac OS X. In particular, the old UNIX external mechanism has been replaced by one using shared libraries - thus gaining the same performance and implementation ease as the other platforms.
> 
> In this article, we will introduce an updated version of the External Creator and show how to use it to produce a simple external that can be used on Linux.
> 
> Before we begin
> Before going any further you will need:
> At least Revolution 2.9-dp-1 (Beta 8) up and running on a recent Linux distribution"
> 
> 
> Somebody mentioned that the Documentation had been updated recently . . . I don't believe it.
> 
> Seeing is believing.
> 
> Richmond.
> 
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