Sounds like a good quote for the B4PPC website!Ive installed Basic4ppc. This product is amazing because u can write Visual Basic like code on the device. There are libraries for GPS, speech synth, internet access. Mindblowing application. I was looking for a product like that for ages but only found it last month. Its the best software I have - but its not very well known - I hope one day it will get the recognition it deserves
Unfortunately there are slight differences in the controls between the desktop and the device. In particular the desktop controls are mainly 3D whereas the device ones are 2D - hence the white lines on the desktop.ok that worked, but the desktop exe now shows white lines round all the textboxes etc!!, and the FONT in the Reset box goes over two lines when it didnt in the device?
Your app is a .NET 1.0 app. If both .NET 1.0 and .NET 2.0 are present on a system then the app would run under .NET 1.0. The config makes it run under .NET 2.0 in that circumstance as it provides better perormance. There was a link on the B4PPC site where Erel explained this but I can't find it now or I would have pointed you at it. For completeness, if only .NET 2.0 were present the app would run under that anyway so the config is only needed where both Frameworks are present - but you should include it anyway.It also produced a config file - what is that for?
cab = easy installation but you can just give all the files - exe, config and any libraries - and tell them to put them all in a folder and run it by clicking the exe in File Explorer.Also what are the advantages into rolling it into a cab? Can I just give it to someone as an exe?
You may be able to roll all the libraries into one library (but not fliteDLL.dll as it is not a .NET assembly) - there's a thread about this http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1220 but I think that the exe will have to stay separate.if I add speach to it, will I have to pass the speach dll on aswell - or is there anyway the compiler can roll the whole lot into one exe?