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vrf VRF - Compiling a '.vee' program to a '.vxe' from a runti

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 29, 2000
Mark,
Try the VEE help file index under "Windows,command line".  I quote:

-secure ProgramName
Creates a secured program using ProgramName as the source file.  The
following command creates the file myProg.vxe in the same directory as the
source file:
vee -secure myProg

Your release handler should be able to make use of this, but I suspect you
would have to have development VEE installed on the computer running the
handler.

Yours,
Warren Pickles

> -----Original Message-----
> From:     Wills, Mark
> Sent:     Thursday, November 30, 2000 2:35 PM
> To:     'Vee Reflector'
> Subject:     vrf VRF - Compiling a '.vee' program to a '.vxe' from a
> runtime appli cation
>
> Hi All,
>      My question may appear rather stupid but please bear with me, if I
> knew the answer I wouldn't have to ask the experts.
> Is it at all possible to open a file xxxx.vee and save it as a compiled
> runtime version , all of this executed from another runtime application
> written in vee ? This I guess would need to treat another instance of vee
> as
> an active-X object or something of the like.
>      The reason is to have a release handler written in vee which prompts
> the user for a file xxxx.vee and then compiles and saves the runtime file
> xxxx.vxe to a central pickup point on the network from where all test
> stands
> run the program.
> This method was to be employed to ensure that the runtime version being
> used
> was indeed compiled from the right development file and to give a full
> electronic release history
> Is this at all possible and if so I would be greatful for any help. Many
> thanks.
>
> Cheers,
> Mark Wills
>
> P.S. We are using Windows 95 and Vee 5.0 !!
>
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>
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