Posted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:15 am
Yeah... there'd be nothing but chaos if we all just got what we wanted...
Questions and answers about the LiveCode platform.
Yeah, but just once..... that's all I askmwieder wrote:Yeah... there'd be nothing but chaos if we all just got what we wanted...
yes, that's why I check to see if the mouse is really down in the mouseDown handler. If it's not, then I handle the commands myself, and that avoids whatever it is that's causing the long delay.@mwieder: The triggering of mouseDown when using menu shortcuts is a feature, not a bug.
Sure, I know about that one - thought the reference was to files opened from an application's file menu and I'd wasted time writing code to do it myself.FourthWorld wrote:@Pete: See File->Open Recent File
I'm not sure if I will have time to be very involved here... too many projects on the go at the moment but I'm happy to work closely with RunRev should they want to try out lcVCS with IDE components. The process would be good for both the IDE and lcVCS but the decision needs to come from Edinburgh and they will need to dedicate some resources (staff) to it. Because they have many stack files it would be possible to move them one at a time to using lcVCS. Some of the newer libraries etc could move to lcVCS in a few minutes. Some of the older ones like revMenubar would want some cleanup because there's lots of buttons with icons set to images that no longer exist and lcVCS chokes on that ... Also the more UI there is to a stack the more work will need to happen in the lcVCSExport handler. Still... probably no more than a few days and the IDE would be under proper version control which would allow merging in all your work...Aside from that, it seems that some sort of vcs will be required so I'm wondering if Monte is checking this board and might comment on his recent efforts to put one in place.
The IDE is MIT licensed so it's even possible to sell a fork (still requires a LC license though).As a GPL'd work, we can make as many forks as we like.