Well, say I have am os. I want to use a program file to update my app. It would be a basic builder app, and I would also like to add the data file for my app in the app itself?
I don't quite get you…
- Okay, you have an Operating System;
- You want to use a program file to update your Application…… what Application? What does this have to do with the Operating System?
- So you want to store the BasicBuilder Application's variables in the Application itself? I don't know how to do this.
- like mirageOS. It is an app, but it is also an OS.
- see point 1
- I am sure there is a way.
MirageOS is NOT an OS.
This is from the MirageOS homepage at detached solutions
Although MirageOS seems like a new Operating System with its many abilities, it does not replace the TI-OS, and infact works along side it. This shell is comparable to an Operating System, but like a mirage, it seems to be something that it isn't…
Its a shell, and thats very different.
Graphmastur you've been confusing me lately lol.
Say I made an "OS". I packaged all of my programs into a basic builder app. The OS uses celtic2 to create an appvar.
A) can I store that app inside the program?
B) is there a way to update my app with a program?
do you mean store the Appvar inside the app?
Right, and also have a way to use a program to update my app.
update the appvar inside the app you mean?
or update the app itself?
Why not just use appvars the way they were intended?
Both, as for your first 2 questions.
I would be. At the begginning, unpake the appvar. At the end, store it in the app.
Because, the appvar is going to be huge, and I would overflow ram if I tried to unarchive the whole thing. So what I want, is to just take out part of the appvar from the program, edit it, and put it back. The update thing went hand in hand with the appvar thing, because both would require editing the app itself.