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Just got Mac, can see FM files in runtime


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I am familiar with Windows runtime has dlll's   etc on root folder

doing my first runtime using apple   my app runs..

but looking aound where are the runtime files or using finder.. there hidden..  thats how new i am to mac..

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No additional dlls are needed by the Mac.  You have the runtime engine (YourFile.app) and the data file (by default YourFile.fmpur), and an Extensions folder with dictionaries.

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Thanks..  I am new to mac    these Package files///   I see

 

 

Comparing Windows.. my app when zip has +-180 files...

using the Mac  Using the option to compress to a zip extension file... increments up to compressing +-2700 files

Whats going on here... just that Mac has more files and larger runtimes I am wondering ?

Is this Mac compression to a zip a real zip///  

why i ask..  I downloaded a real zip...and got a error say no program known .. when clicking on  a downloaded known zip

Thinking in need to get a mac zip/unzip app now

 

 

 

 

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