Hey everybody, maybe my question is dumb, but i need to know that.
When i compile my desktop app with php code inside. After that i give the application to others. Do the other clients have to install a webserver on their desktop, to execute/display my app the right way? I know when i wan't to see the project in the browser than i have to use a server, but for the desktop app there has to be a other way, or?
I couldn't find any explanation about this and i hope you can understand what i mean. Thx for all replies.
No, they do not. Webkit back ends the apps on desktop and the php support is included with the Titanium Desktop SDK. You do not need any type of web server on the backend.
Ok, I tried it with the RC4, but now I get a total different problem/error.
dyld: Symbol not found: _iconv Referenced from: /usr/lib/libcups.2.dylib Expected in: /Users/max/Library/Application Support/Titanium/modules/osx/php/1.2.0.RC4/libiconv.2.dylib in /usr/lib/libcups.2.dylib
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