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accessing "embedded" project files from Shell command
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Kevin Fishburne
2014-08-28 19:53:56 UTC
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When you store data files in the project directory and compile the
program those files are contained within the resulting .gambas
executable.
Benoît Minisini
2014-08-28 20:01:28 UTC
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Post by Kevin Fishburne
When you store data files in the project directory and compile the
program those files are contained within the resulting .gambas
executable.
Tobias Boege
2014-08-28 20:14:20 UTC
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Post by Kevin Fishburne
When you store data files in the project directory and compile the
program those files are contained within the resulting .gambas
executable.
Benoît Minisini
2014-08-28 20:34:50 UTC
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PS: Or what Benoit said... BTW: is the .gambas file in a Gambas-specific
archive format?
Yes. Why?
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Tobias Boege
2014-08-28 20:40:53 UTC
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Post by Benoît Minisini
PS: Or what Benoit said... BTW: is the .gambas file in a Gambas-specific
archive format?
Yes. Why?
I thought about a way to unpack the archive. gba3 -x didn't come to my mind.
Before I came up with the recursive copy from inside the process, I wondered
if we could just strip away the shebang and use tar or something to extract
it. I don't need it to be a standard format if that's why you asked.

Regards,
Tobi
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Kevin Fishburne
2014-08-29 01:11:01 UTC
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Post by Kevin Fishburne
When you store data files in the project directory and compile the
program those files are contained within the resulting .gambas
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