I've done this when I'm trying to debug something, but ya know, one thing I
haven't tried to do, yet, is attach the script editor to a mobile app and
then hack the app more directly while I'm inside of it.
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 12:53 PM, Roger Eller <roger.e.el...@sealedair.com>
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 11:52 AM, Richmond <richmondmathew...@gmail.com>
> > I have a Nextbook Android tablet (Jelly Bean) that was dropped on me by
> > wife
> > when I bought her a MacBook Air; and, frankly, tablets make me think of
> > plastic bath-toys.
> > So, I was wondering about rejigging it with Ubuntu-phone . . .
> > 1. Does anyone know if the Raspberry Pi version of Livecode will work on
> > Ubuntu-phone?
> > 2. As Ubuntu-phone is a Linux variant designed to run on an ARM
> > as Android is,
> > also a Linux variant for an ARM processor, does anyone know if
> > built for:
> > 2.1. Android, will run on Ubuntu-phone?
> > 2.2. Linux . . .? [presumably the answer to this is 'No' as, currently,
> > Livecode offers Linux standalones for
> > Intel processors only.
> > Richmond.
> I would guess no. But that doesn't mean you can't have some LiveCode fun
> with it. Create an Android standalone that has a large text field and an
> "Execute" button that contains - do field "fieldName". Your field is now a
> basic script editor. If your build included all of the lc libraries, there
> should be very little that you can't do. Oh, you might also want a Load
> and Save script button.
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