[Laszlo-dev] Reply to post 'Beta1: exception report, DHTML Deploy > SOLO'
mamye at laszlosystems.com
Wed Jan 3 18:07:21 PST 2007
If the file has been used to create a SOLO application before, the zip will only contain file.lzx and file.lzx.html. (This is why copy-of-hello.lzx sometimes gives you a swf and sometimes it does not.)
If the file is newly created, the user will get a zip containing file1.lzx, file1.lzx.html and file1.lzx.swf.
If the user creates another new file, the next zip will contain file1.lzx, file1.lzx.swf, file2.lzx, file2.lzx.html and file2.lzx.swf. (If user wants file2 to be a SOLO application, why would the zip contain file1.swf and file1.lzx.)
If my-apps contains 6 fileN.lzx files, all are contained in every solo-deploy.zip.
I think there are several bugs here.
----- Original Message -----
From: Henry Minsky
To: Mamye Kratt
Cc: Max Carlson ; dl.lists at ntlworld.com ; OpenLaszlo development list
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 7:36 PM
Subject: Re: [Laszlo-dev] Reply to post 'Beta1: exception report, DHTML Deploy > SOLO'
Do we have the equivalent of a /tmp scratch directory in the lps server directory? If not, where would be the best place to put it? lps/tmp?
On 1/3/07, Mamye Kratt <mamye at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
I noticed the solo-deploy.zip is being stored in C:\Program Files\OpenLaszlo
Server 4.0b1rc1\Server\lps-4.0b1rc1\lps\admin\. I guess that would explain
the contents of the zip file.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Max Carlson" <max at openlaszlo.org>
To: "Henry Minsky" <henry.minsky at gmail.com>
Cc: "OpenLaszlo development list" < laszlo-dev at openlaszlo.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: [Laszlo-dev] Reply to post 'Beta1: exception report, DHTML
Deploy > SOLO'
> It seems sensible to me - why not time/datestamp each file? Developers
> may want to keep multiple SOLO versions anyway...
> Henry Minsky wrote:
>> Our QA person got her machine into a state which is what you described,
>> files not getting into the
>> zip archive. Maybe I had better try creating a new unique filename for
>> zip archive each time instead of
>> trying to reuse the file, maybe the file I/O calls are getting screwed up
>> with stale directory information cached
>> someplace in the Java VM?
>> On 1/3/07, DL <dl.lists at ntlworld.com> wrote:
>>> On 3 Jan 2007 at 17:31, Henry Minsky wrote:
>>> > Hmm that is weird. Are you sure you don't have two different instances
>>> > of the LPS server running, and maybe you are running from a different
>>> > one than you think you are? I made that mistake about twice already,
>>> > between 4.0b1 and legals servlets on my machine.
>>> I have openlaszlo-3.3.3 and openlaszlo-4.0 as separate running webapps
>>> tomcat server.
>>> But I'm fairly sure the problem is in openlaszlo-4.0 (beta1) since the
>>> text file which coexisted
>>> with copy-of-hello.lzx was produced only in that webapp.
>>> I'll apply some more tests to pin it down.
> Max Carlson
hminsky at laszlosystems.com
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