Probably not done with the discussion
I realize you are the OP of the request, and that your satisfied with being done with it, but once you put in a statement, you find others who are thrilled with the idea (or not), and others still who may actually implement something from it, or improve on work arounds that have come from it.
I don't really have a stick in the fire here (I don't use behaviors per se), but your last post did have a statement I am curious about.
I haven't had anything break on changing either the internal or file name of a stack, but my projects are relatively simple (fewer than 3 stacks).Jim Mac wrote: In hindsight, changing the name of a stack should be expected to break things inside the stack?
Under which circumstances would you find that other than behaviors? Is this something you expect from say, something that changed in the newer IDEs (8.x up)?
The reason I ask is because I program mostly in the (far older) series of IDEs, and *have not encountered a situation where renaming the stack would have any ill effect. If there were a particular point where these ill effects outside of behaviors occurs, it would be good general knowledge I think.
*Not claiming I have seen every situation possible, and only having used Lc about a year, not multiple decades.