Error when building standalone after update to 9.6.8

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Error when building standalone after update to 9.6.8

Post by raugert » Thu Jul 28, 2022 5:00 pm

I'm getting the following error when building standalones after updating to 9.6.8. Anyone else getting the error ? The directory it's referring to doesn't exist, as it seems to be related to version 9.0.0 ??
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thanks for any advice,
Richard
Livecode Indy 9.6.8
MacOS Big Sur

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Re: Error when building standalone after update to 9.6.8

Post by LiveCode_Panos » Mon Aug 01, 2022 3:27 pm

Hello Richard,

This is a warning, not an error, so it can be safely ignored.

Also, looking at the warning message, it seems like this stack was created in LiveCode Indy 9.0 DP-11 - so in its "icon" property it has saved the path to a sample standalone icon included in the LC 9.0 DP-11 app bundle. Is this the case? Or did you just create the stack in LC 9.6.8?

Kind regards,
Panos
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raugert
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Re: Error when building standalone after update to 9.6.8

Post by raugert » Fri Aug 05, 2022 4:09 pm

Thanks Panos,

It’s possible that the stack was originally created in LC 9.0 dp-11but has been re-saved many times in subsequent 9.x.x versions with no warning error. I deleted LC 9.0 dp-11 a long time ago. There has never been any issues until the last update to 9.6.8

Good to know it’s only a warning :)

Thanks for your reply,
Richard
Livecode Indy 9.6.8
MacOS Big Sur

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