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Linking modules

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 7:15 am
by carlos torres
Dear NB Team
TIA

How can I link two/three different modules/exe in order to keep a regular size of an application?

My question is because I had create an app that includes videos, many pictures and some pdf files and it is to big.
It become very pachydermic, not handy to install.

Ho can I create a module/modules that are able to be called just from the main one ? I know how to run/call an exe from the first one but all those exes could be run independently I do not want that.
I want to keep the control within the main exe.

regards
carlost

Re: Linking modules

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:43 am
by Neosoft Support
Take a look at the RunNeoBook action.

RunNeoBook can be used to run another compiled NeoBook publication. The current publication will be closed and the new one opened in its place. RunNeoBook can be used to link several smaller publications together to gain the same functionality as a single larger publication. When using this option to link multiple publications, the first publication must be compiled as a fully executable exe or runtime package (with NBRun5.exe). Other publications in the group can be compiled as runtime packages to conserve space.

Re: Linking modules

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:59 am
by dec
Neosoft Support wrote:Take a look at the RunNeoBook action.

RunNeoBook can be used to run another compiled NeoBook publication. The current publication will be closed and the new one opened in its place. RunNeoBook can be used to link several smaller publications together to gain the same functionality as a single larger publication. When using this option to link multiple publications, the first publication must be compiled as a fully executable exe or runtime package (with NBRun5.exe). Other publications in the group can be compiled as runtime packages to conserve space.


Brilliant. ;)

Re: Linking modules

PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 6:08 am
by carlos torres
Dear NB Team

Thanks for your help!
I appreciate that.

Regards,
carlost