[Gambas-user] Preparing 3.18.1. release

Christof Thalhofer chrisml at deganius.de
Sat Feb 25 19:18:58 CET 2023

Am 25.02.23 um 18:48 schrieb Benoit Minisini:

>> For me, unfortunately, this bug is not fixed:
>> https://gambaswiki.org/bugtracker/edit?object=BUG.2706
>> It was rejected with a reason that has nothing to do with the reason I
>> wrote it.
>> Alles Gute
>> Christof Thalhofer
> Mmm... It will be for the next stable release.
> The problem is that you decide that symlink should be interpreted in a
> certain way that is not the way the IDE interprets symbolic links (i.e.
> what they point at is part of the executable).
> If you interpret symbolic links your way, it will broke Gambas projects
> inside the Gambas source tree, and maybe other projects.
> So another solution must be found.

Ok, thanks. In principle, it's enough for me if we think about it in the 

However, the special dir '.public' is not documented anywhere, I found 
it only once in a post of yours in the mailing list, and there you had 
introduced it for specifically the problem that the internal webserver 
of the IDE does not deliver the static files. AFAIK the internal 
webserver is only necessary at the time of development and should never 
be used for production.

Meanwhile I don't know what to do ... compile and package the project 
via makefile and before that delete the '.public' symlink and after that 
restore it ... ???

My Gambas application is 168,5 MiB large ... because it contains tons of 
images ... impossible to deploy ... please have a look at the image 

Alles Gute

Christof Thalhofer

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