How to set up a library?
benr at cogapp.com
Thu Dec 31 06:55:06 EST 2020
Thanks Alex and Bob for your responses.
And if I make it a script-only stack, is there a clever place to store it -
e.g. the standard distribution libraries are in
Is there a convention or location which would allow me to reference the
library without having to specify the full path, for example?
On 29/12/2020 23:40, Alex Tweedly via use-livecode wrote:
> I'd make it a script-only stack, and then
> start using stack "..."
> (probably in an openstack handler - but could be anywhere you like for your
> own use).
> By far the easiest to share (and for others to accept when shared).
> P.S. And, should this library be useful in LCServer context, it means you can
> upload the stack to the server without getting annoying error messages about
> mixed line endings which Coda-2 and some others give on binary stacks).
> On 29/12/2020 19:34, Ben Rubinstein via use-livecode wrote:
>> What is the best way to structure a library these days?
>> Currently I've got buttons with a script, and a 'mouseup' handler to 'insert
>> the script of me into back' in my object library. But I don't think that's
>> very modern.
>> What's the right way to do it? Especially if I want to share it?
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