Deployment as a desktop application

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stinkweed
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Deployment as a desktop application

Post by stinkweed » Thu Apr 14, 2011 6:43 pm

In metacard you could drag the stack on top of the engine and the stack would start. This gave us the capability to save the stack/stack contents. Works very well for us. I can see using a revlet and a browser but what if you dont want to use a browser? How do you make the equivalent ability in Livecode?

witeowl
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Re: Deployment as a desktop application

Post by witeowl » Thu Apr 14, 2011 7:06 pm

I'm not sure I understand your question as written in your post, but going from your subject:

You select the appropriate OS in File -> Standalone Application Settings, then use File -> Save as Standalone File.

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Re: Deployment as a desktop application

Post by FourthWorld » Thu Apr 14, 2011 9:05 pm

stinkweed wrote:In metacard you could drag the stack on top of the engine and the stack would start. This gave us the capability to save the stack/stack contents.
http://livecodejournal.com/tutorials/sa ... ution.html
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