Choose Folder - Optimized Compilation

orhan

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Hi,

I upgraded to version 6.30, and liked the idea to use "Device (Force QVGA)" compilation, and for this I have to use "Optimized Compilation".

I have some problems with "Choose Folder" sample I found on forum, and successfully used it without "Optimized Compilation".

Can someone have a look to the sample attached and make it work with "Optimized Compilation" ?

Thanks!
 

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orhan

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Hi,

I made the modification, as Agraham suggested, and also the sample from Erel.
But on Device I get the same error.

"An error occurred on sub_app_start.
An error message cannot be displayed ...."

On device I have .Net CF v2.0 installed.
 

orhan

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My bad, I didn't copy the image files.
I supposed that they were embedded in the executable.

Thanks!
 

Erel

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Currently FolderChooser loads the two files at runtime.
If you want you can add an ImageList with the two image files and change:
B4X:
    tree.AddImage1(AppPath & "\folder.bmp")
    tree.AddImage1(AppPath & "\openFolder.bmp")
To:
B4X:
    tree.AddImage1(ImageList1.Item(0))
    tree.AddImage1(ImageList1.Item(1))
That will cause the images to be embedded in the executable.
 

orhan

Member
Licensed User
Just one more question that is not related with "ChooseFOlder", but about "Optimized Compilation"

I get errot CS1002: ; expected

datafile = AppPath & "\Database\" VesselName.text & ".csv"
 

DaveW

Active Member
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Currently FolderChooser loads the two files at runtime.
If you want you can add an ImageList with the two image files and change:
B4X:
    tree.AddImage1(AppPath & "\folder.bmp")
    tree.AddImage1(AppPath & "\openFolder.bmp")
To:
B4X:
    tree.AddImage1(ImageList1.Item(0))
    tree.AddImage1(ImageList1.Item(1))
That will cause the images to be embedded in the executable.
Small point, the new lines should be:
tree.AddImage2(ImageList1.Item(0))
tree.AddImage2(ImageList1.Item(1))
 
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