Earlier today, I noticed a cache modification date change on an application I do not fired for some days (not related to Xojo)… without having an active internet access…
I fired Xojo 22r3 at that time, then I left it after reading its LR (and found what I searched…)
Now (after I left home), I checked and I saw another Cache folder with a modification date (today, after I boot my m1 MacBook Pro).
I checked what’s inside and found a WekKit folder with these folders inside it:
I checked the project last opened date and… it was October 4th…
I suspect something strange here… with an active internet access.
Firefox was the only fired application until now.
BTW: that project does not use nor Web Edition nor HTMLViewer…
It could be example projects. They’re now online and downloaded as required, allowing them to be updated more frequently. It could be downloading an updated list of available examples at startup. I seriously doubt that it would be doing anything when not even run. I would be seriously against any system from Xojo that worked outside of the IDE to manage these things. I’ve enough problems with Photoshop etc and CCWorkers, without Xojo doing something similar (and I’m not aware of anything like that has been done).
No, this is a project I wrote and I do not accessed today nor in the previous week…
I trashed Chrome when I saw it polling nth time a second… checking if Internet is ON…
I checked 'cause I had an idea, but it was not the case:
What if Xojo check the Recent projects at boot time (if they are here/present/online… ?) No, that project was not in the list of Recents wand why Xojo would do that if I do not click in it… ?
Someone knows something about: “org.otane.xol” ? It have the same contents I found in my project named folder… (WebKit)
Sorry, Ian, Xojo check the recent project when you select one and propose to remove the entry if that project is not found (you may have deleted it or it stay in an off line hard disk/mass storage/cloud, whatever).