Standalone issue ... was starting the Project Browser
dougr at telus.net
Sat Oct 27 11:26:05 EDT 2018
I've changed the subject line (from Re: starting the Project Browser) to reflect this discussion more accurately.
If that's true then there's (sigh!) one more reason to stay away from LC v9... but I really don't understand the reason why this is necessary in the first place. I've never had a standalone fail with a "can't find stack" error:
"... when you open the stack for the first time (without having built a
standalone before), the stack "revStandaloneProgress" is not loaded yet
(thus the "can't find stack error)...."
So, does this situation only occur for the first standalone build? Not the second time? What is implied should be done if one of the conditions in the function is false? .... very confusing!!!
I guess I was looking for something more specific about where to put this "fix":
In an openStack call, you'd put this ... where? At the end of the code just before the "end openStack"? (that's where I put it):
if isBuildingStandalone() then
and have the following function call accessible to call cards (i.e. in the stack)?
return the environment is "development" AND \
there is a stack "revStandaloneProgress" AND \
the mode of stack "revStandaloneProgress" > 0
My question, then, is do I have to have a similar "if isBuildingStandalone()" call in all the "opens" and "closes" you list (and others) and do I "exit" the call if isBuildingStandalone() returns "true"?
WOW! ... if THAT's needed then I can't imagine anyone editing all of their code to do this!!!
> It's referring to all engine messages that contain either "open" or "close", so:
> I understand why this is necessary now, but it is pretty instrusive, is going to bite a lot of people,
> and clutters up scripts. I'd like to see some sort of toggle where we could use the older method if
> there is no problem doing that.
> On 10/26/18 11:20 AM, Douglas Ruisaard via use-livecode wrote:
> > Thanks, Jacqueline.
> > I have not had any issues with using the StandAlone builder but then I am using LC v8.1.9. on
> Windows 7. I did put Panos's code into my app ... made no apparent difference but good to have there
> > I'm a bit confused about the reference to "Similar in all other (pre)open*/close* messages." ...
> what is being recommended here (I get the "preOpen" bit) .. but the reference to the "close" I don't
> get ... some other function call??
> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
> HyperActive Software | http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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