> On Tue, 29 Mar 2011, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> In keeping with RunRev's commitment to the MC IDE, Oliver Kenyon provided
>> the necessary info to allow us to use the new engine-based standalone
>> building process in v4.0 and later.
> I checked my mails to the Metacard list and found that I had sent 6 mails on
> the subject of standalone building between Sept 7 to 9, 2009, referring among
> other things to comments made by Oliver Canyon concerning bug #2217 and a
> patched Rev stack also concerning standalone building. Klaus Major and you
> participated in that discussion as did others.
> But this information from Oliver Canyon was apparently not sufficient, why
> else had Klaus encountered so many difficulties in writing a standalone
Building the new standalone builder a bit complex, but not impossible.
I had some personal problems at that time that prevented me from doing so!
> Could you possibly point out where we could find this "necessary info" from
> Oliver Canyon, if it was available it surely escaped me?. This and the
> difficulties of Klaus - there are other reasons as I understand and deplore
> on the side of Klaus - led me to assume that there unfortunately had *not*
> been sufficient information from the RunRev side to build a new MC-compatible
> standalone builder
I received the neccessary infos from scotland but this is of course nothing
that should go into a public mailing list,
so I did not publish this info!
>> As I noted earlier, I've been using this info to make a new standalone
>> builder, which I'll donate to the MC IDE project.
> Richard, this is really great news. Many, many thanks to you for this
>> I should note that mine only builds desktop standalones, and does not
>> support RevWeb or mobile at this time. I'll probably get around to adding
>> mobile support, but RevWeb is of no interest to me so if anyone wants that
>> they'll have to add it to the donated stack once it's available.
> I think a desktop standalone builder is a giant step forward at the moment.
> Add-ons for web and mobile development could follow later if really needed.
Adding support for iOS (and RevMoile in general) was explicitely NOT allowed to
be put into the MC standalone builder
due to licensing issues! At least that was the state about a year ago, don't
know how this is today.
But Ken knows about this and will check this with Heather before taking any
action in this direction!
>> Richard Gaskin
>> Fourth World
>> LiveCode training and consulting: http://www.fourthworld.com
> Again, thank you Richard and best regards,
> Wilhelm Sanke
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