I want to create a shortcut to Xojo that when you run it, it runs the code I created… for example Xojo MyProgram.xojo_binary_project, then automatically runs it. I just cannot spend $100 for an IDE that is this horribly slow under Linux. I see this as a one-time build for me, then I’ll migrate what I’ve written to either Java or C++.
Its no biggie. If I cant create a shortcut to auto-run my project, I’ll make it very simple for the machine shop on how to run Xojo, open recent, click Run. Saves me $ and gets me off to a better IDE/language.
Sorry…I know this post is negative and all that, but facts are facts. Sometimes you gotta take one on the chin Xojo.
Back to the topic, asking for a way to avoid paying a license fee is poor form (at best). If the machine shop guys are happy opening the IDE and running it from there, you’re apparently all set anyway.
Ok. For you its reading comprehension. I didn’t say or even imply circumventing paying for a license. I’m asking “how can I run my app by clicking a shortcut with the least amount of user intervention.” .