#DEBUG in VS and debugging in Omnis are two different issues, that cannot be compared directly.
Major difference is, that in VS an EXE or DLL is being compiled in Debug or Release mode.
Since Omnis isn’t compiler based, there is no difference between libraries.
But, and maybe this helps, you can determine by code, if your code/library is running inside a runtime or inside the development IDE.
The function you can use for that is
From the documentation:
returns the Omnis program type byte:
bit 0 = full program/IDE (value 1),
bit 1 = runtime (value 2),
bit 2 = evaluation (value 4),
bit 3 = integrated (value 8),
bit 4 = Unicode (value 16). Always set.
Note that the current version of Omnis does not support the use of integrated versions.
So in the runtime, sys(2) will return 18 (bit 1 and 4 set, since I guess you’re working with Omnis 8 or 10 which are only availabe as Unicode version)
The IDE will return 17 (bit 1 and 4 set)
Hope that helps
- This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by Klaus Schrödl.