I think it changed at some point and you’re now supposed to use write to stdout though I just tried that and couldn’t get it to produce any output in the console. On 12 Jul 2021, at 15:01, Andre Garzia via use-livecode mailto:email@example.com>> wrote: but it is supposed to
Panos said that the older version of revZip was built with an older version of Xcode (11.x), vs the newer revZip (Xcode 12.x), so presumably the difference is due to that... Sent from my iPad > On 26 Apr 2021, at 07:11, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode > wrote: > > I was wondering the same
Hi Scott, I had something similar with an app that uses revZip. Have a look at this discussion on livecode’s bug reporter site: https://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=23176 Sent from my iPhone On 25 Apr 2021, at 11:38, scott--- via use-livecode wrote: I just tried building the app
Hi Graham, PS The only test data I have been able to find for the XCode Simulator is a bike ride in California which runs along giving a succession of GPS . It is quite useful, but naturally it doesn’t involve anomalies. You can make your own location simulations to run in the iOS simulator.
Hi Charles, if this is on a Mac, it’s a security feature - apps cannot access folders outside of their own bundle unless the user explicitly grants permission. If you add an "answer folder” command to your program, and ask the user to select folder B, then your app will be granted access to it
On 26 Aug 2020, at 10:27, Mark Waddingham via use-livecode mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: On 2020-08-26 10:06, Jimmieson, Phil via use-livecode wrote: One thing I’m considering is having a set of dummy hidden items already in the group and making one of those look like th
Hi folks, The app I’m currently working on features a poem presented as a series of fields (each containing one word of the poem) all grouped together, so that the poem can be scrolled vertically by the user. I need to be able to add extra words to the poem as the user drags them in from a set
Hi Graham, What I usually do when I have provisioning profile problems is: locate the folder that contains my downloaded profiles - it’s in your personal library folder in your home folder (which by default is hidden). In my case I open a window to: