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#1 pscEx


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Posted 20 July 2007 - 03:47 PM

Ove PMed me that he has troubles to use the latest Explorer script of nativeEx_barebone inside LiveXP.

nativeEx_barebone is an experimental project, always actual and updated frequently.
Every script inside nativeEx_barebone project may need the latest version of nativeEx_core and / or WinBuilder (maybe beta!)

Therefore: If you use one of the nativeEX_barebone scripts in a different project, it propably can become necessary to implement the latest nativeEx_core scripts in your project.

Here the way how to implement the latest nativeEx_core version inside your project, e.g. LiveXP
  • Make a backup of your actual project
  • From the nativeEx download server download
    • nativeEx_core completely
    • Tools completely
    • script.project of nativeEx_barebone
  • Copy all folders of nativeEx_core to your project folder. Allow overwrite
    ATTENTION: do not copy script.project!
  • Modify your project's script.project
    • Delete all [Variables] lines except the really project specific ones, like
      • API definitions
      • %source_OS_folder%=%SourceDir%\I386 (actual sample)
    • Copy to the very beginning of the [Variables] section the first lines of the nativeEx_barebone's script.project [Variables], ending with (including) "%ReOpenScript%= ... "
    • Change "%Core%= ... " to "%Core%=%ProjectDir%"
    • Change "%ProjectName%= ... " to your project name, e.g. LiveXP
    • Replace the [Verify] section by that of nativeEx_barebone's script.project
    • Optionally comment out unwanted Verify checks
  • Select the necessary nativeEx_core's scripts for run and check their options, whether they meet your intentions.
  • Test. When the project run before, it runs now, too!
EDIT: I wrote this script which does most of the update stuff automatically.


Edited by psc, 22 August 2007 - 01:03 PM.
New script to perform the task

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