Develop on 9.5 DP1 and Deploy in 9.0.4 Stable?
brian at milby7.com
Sun Jun 2 13:11:54 EDT 2019
You should be able to do that unless you take advantage of any new features of the TreeView widget (preferences will get removed when saving from an earlier version). The one possible issue would be with data grids (and other groups using container mode) - not sure how the container mode setting on the parent group would be handled. Shouldn’t be too hard to figure out though. The other adjustments (like putting an outline behind the DG as a separate object) should be fine in an earlier version.
I think that the accelerated rendering bug that impacts the browser widget probably shouldn’t be a factor in most cases. If the majority of the screen is the widget and the controls outside are going to be static then there would probably be a performance hit using AR anyway. In that case, the bug is avoided by turning AR off and that would actually be the better setting.
On Jun 2, 2019, 11:43 AM -0400, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>, wrote:
> I have already submitted crash reports on the QA list but want to ask the group, in case someone works this way.
> I am getting random crashes in 9.0.4.
> At any time. I could just be sitting with a module (stack) open in my app, thinking, no attempt to send messages or interaction with the stack, suddenly LC crashes. I suspect it is deep in the engine with some of the memory issues that were fixed. Hard to know...
> Perhaps this is fixed in 9.5.DP1... but there are issues with deployment in 9.5 DP1
> Can I do this without penalty:
> 1) use 9.5.DP1 in the IDE
> 2) switch to 9.0.4 when building standalones for iOS and Android
> PS at least this get me on board the "Join the regression extermination effort! __ " mentioned in the thread " Seeking confirmation of a bug." at least for the latest DP's in the IDE.
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