On 12/24/2017 04:05 PM, Stephen Barncard via use-livecode wrote: All of the commands work great by using the shell command in LC, except for the fact that my app waits until some of the commands have finished. If your concern is bypassing the blocking nature of shell(), then you should be
I tried building for Android on 9.0 dp 11 yesterday and got some weird font mapping issues. Pixel arrived (wow! iOS, seems a bit primitive now…) used, unlocked, (looks brand new) no sim… I got wi-fi. immediate prompted me to upgrade to 8.1, which I did. in LC 8.1.9 I can't see it in the test
jacque wrote: Remote debugging doesn't work with script-only stacks (I had to ask here on the list myself a while back.) The breakpoint has to be saved with the standalone, and script-only stacks don't have properties so breakpoints can't be saved. Hmm OK, so that means we have
IGnore the "with message" part, had a brain freeze. It would be -- open process pdata for text read And then do the -- send "monitorslave pData' to me in 50 millisec -- to start the loop. Just tested on linux. I can start a find process, grab the output of dmesg and cat a file and direct output
Off the top of my head, untested (no mac available) on executeProcess pData put whereAmI() into a; set the defaultFolder to a -- I'd bipass this --get "file:xprocess.bat" --put pData into URL it open process "file:xprocess.bat" for text write -- this part, if you want to use a
On 12/24/2017 02:05 PM, Stephen Barncard via use-livecode wrote: Does someone out there have a clear example of what I am looking for, using a UNIX executable through *open process *? 1.call the function with parameters 2. allow livecode scripts to continue 3. continuously
Hi gang, I need a little help here. I am creating a Macintosh app on the desktop for my own use. I am making an archive of all the "Spirit of K JAZ" shows by the late Jerry Dean.After the terrestrial radio station went off the air, he and fellow air mate Stan Dunn started streaming the
Merry Christmas List, Wish you all Happy Holidays and all the nice stuff. 2018 is the year when we finally break free… of the tyranny. Cheers, Debdoot PS. If anyone is working on or interested in working on the blockchain, please feel free to email me.