Re: [fltk/fltk] windows+fltk1.3.x+1.4.x: "fluid -c somefile.fl" fails without error if .fl file unreadable (#224)

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Re: [fltk/fltk] windows+fltk1.3.x+1.4.x: "fluid -c somefile.fl" fails without error if .fl file unreadable (#224) Albrecht Schlosser 12:36 Apr 27 top right image
 

I'm pretty sure ANY windows builds are affected, as this is an OS level thing. Which is to say even mingw, which has a slightly differently named flag (-console?), but has the same effect IIRC.

This would be -mwindows and -mconsole IIRC. I noticed a different behavior when I ran the GUI version of fluid in a MinGW shell though: stdout seemed to work which surprised me.

But I agree that it would make sense to build two executables for all Windows builds.

I think fluid-cmd would be clearer; this is what I've seen other commercial apps do that run into the same problem, and I've used it too.

No problem, fine for me. Side note: the FLTK docs describe this backgrounding of fluid somewhere, checked yesterday, but I don't have a link.

start /WAIT fluid -c bla.fl

Oh yes, there's something in my faint Windows memory... That's probably the way CMake runs these commands, it makes sense.


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