Bill wrote: "For me, it's a pain point because when I try to build a standalone and I don't have one of the widgets linked, I only get a message saying "module not found" or something like that. "
I think it is actually worse than that. I'm bleary eyed from pushing so many builds these past few days, but I could swear I actually got all the way thru with a success but then the app failed on my Nexus 5, when it tried to open a stack that required the widget. our app is modular, the loader stack against which the SA is built, doesn't actually have any of the required inclusions on it's cd 1 which is the only card. the init script launches a navigation panel that is built from our JSON and images in /assets, ie. also no inclusions required for display/functionality. so far so good the app appeared to be work… then go to stack 6 which used the header widget app crashed… I'm thnk I broke some script in Stack 6 (had been doing a bunch of refactoring) tried again, this time from the navigation panel, open stack 8… which uses a switch button widget on card 4 of that stack… well cd 1 of stack 8 appears just fine… but then when you move to card four. crash. This is more than just a pain--you start question your sanity because if you set a break point on the preopenstack D, turn on remote bugging etc step through code you will never see anything wrong with your scripts. And it all works on desktop. on a pure "hunch" I finally committed everything in my current branch, check out another branch, took screen shot of the SA settings panel on the older init stack… *then* checked out my working branch (which was refactored to use a leaner loader stack, and I had to redo all the SA settings) and then compared the SA settings to the screen shot and slap myself on the head… I had forgotten that stack 6 require the Header Widget and Stack 8 required the switch button widget. literally hours later, with zero progress in design/content/coding I got back to work I(so much for LC productivity! but hey, I still am holding out and keep my JS books on the shelf, unopened, I hope, for as long as I can…Fortunately I did get the discounted business license and the team in Scotland has been very helpful and patient. I may actually have something for the stores in May! Thanks Elanor! Bill: "Seems it would be easy to notify the name of the in-found module." yes indeed. exc _______________________________________________ use-livecode mailing list email@example.com Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your subscription preferences: http://lists.runrev.com/mailman/listinfo/use-livecode