I want to correct that my suggestion folder structure for JPE does not need to have its own application folder (...)
I don't get this part.
What i mean is let say the portable registry will be put in
so that it will be similar to JPE Quickie settings and 12 Step Program settings
I'll have to look at JPE defaults more closely, I'm yet to Jauntize my first app! Well, I tried once before, but it seems that Quickie doesn't work on XP x64. Will investigate another day.
Do you have the latest JauntePE030AlphaNB16? redllar have put "Known Limitations" in the readme and he said x64 is not support by JauntePE
The JauntePE runtime dll is a 32 bit runtime executable. Which means that it is only usable within a 32 bit process.
PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 10:53 pm Post subject:
After a few tests i have my conclusion: my previous posted folder structure is not working. If the launcher's name is different than the application's name the app won't launch. The same happens with the .ini file. (workaround for this may exist but i'm too lazy to find it).
I also see Andrew Lee's point of view.
So, the folder structure i'm going to use from now is as follows:
Data\(registry, settings, folders)
%appname%.exe (the launcher)
I also did a terrible mistake: i didn't read JPE's license too carefully. Sad
So i've put in my launchers the jauntePE.dll found in the def folder.
I'd like to offer my public apologies to redllar for that and say this won't happen again.
I'm going to use jauntePE.dll from lrg folder from now.
Me too. I need to update my package now
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