# Walk Through problem

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## Walk Through problem

 Hello, I now following the Walk-Trought tutorial. I have made a hello,img. According to the manual I could run it by double-click, But my Windows 7 box I see a message that Windows do no know which programm to use. Second problem., I try to make it a single package. but for me out of the blue they talk about this: Using the tools provided by Windows, make a copy of the executable file (visual.exe). Then, rename the copy to hello.exe, so that the name is the same as for the image file. Copy or move both the executable and the image files in the same directory. It doesn’t matter which directory. Now simply run the executable but where is stated how I can make the file visual.exe ? Roelof _______________________________________________ vwnc mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc
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## Re: Walk Through problem

 Second problem.,I try to make it a single package. but for me out of the blue they talk about this:Using the tools provided by Windows, make a copy of the executable file(visual.exe). Then, rename the copy to hello.exe, so that the nameis the same as for the image file. Copy or move both the executable andthe image files in the same directory. It doesn’t matter which directory.Now simply run the executablebut where is stated how I can make the file visual.exe ?the visual.exe is in c:\Program files (x86)\Cincom\vw7.10\bin\win. Depending on the VisualWorks version you’ve installed vw7.10 can be different, just pick the one you’re using.Kind RegardsKarsten Roelof_______________________________________________vwnc mailing list[hidden email]http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc _______________________________________________ vwnc mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc
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## Re: Walk Through problem

 Karsten Kusche schreef op 8-4-2014 18:35: Second problem., I try to make it a single package. but for me out of the blue they talk about this: Using the tools provided by Windows, make a copy of the executable file (visual.exe). Then, rename the copy to hello.exe, so that the name is the same as for the image file. Copy or move both the executable and the image files in the same directory. It doesn’t matter which directory. Now simply run the executable but where is stated how I can make the file visual.exe ? the visual.exe is in c:\Program files (x86)\Cincom\vw7.10\bin\win. Depending on the VisualWorks version you’ve installed vw7.10 can be different, just pick the one you’re using. Kind Regards Karsten   Thanks, First part of the tutorial finisched. Now trying to make the gui example work. Roelof _______________________________________________ vwnc mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc
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## Re: Walk Through problem

 In reply to this post by Karsten Kusche Dear Roelof,     if you associate the .im fileType to the c:\Program files (x86)\Cincom\vw7.10\bin\win\VisualWorks.exe then when you double-click, e.g. hello.im then it will use the co-located VisualWorks.ini file to map the image you double-clicked to the appropriate .exe.  I'm guessing you do not have the .im file-type mapped (unless what you actually wrote - 'hello,img' - was not a typo but you actually had file-extension .img instead of .im in which case it would not be recognised).           HTH                 Niall Ross Karsten Kusche wrote: >>Second problem., >> >>I try to make it a single package. but for me out of the blue they talk   >>about this: >> >>Using the tools provided by Windows, make a copy of the executable file >>(visual.exe). Then, rename the copy to hello.exe, so that the name >>is the same as for the image file. Copy or move both the executable and >>the image files in the same directory. It doesn’t matter which directory. >>Now simply run the executable >> >>but where is stated how I can make the file visual.exe ? >>     >> > >the visual.exe is in c:\Program files (x86)\Cincom\vw7.10\bin\win. Depending on the VisualWorks version you’ve installed vw7.10 can be different, just pick the one you’re using. > >Kind Regards >Karsten > >   >   > >> >>Roelof >> >>_______________________________________________ >>vwnc mailing list >>[hidden email] (mailto:[hidden email]) >>http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc>> >> >>     >> > > > >   > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >_______________________________________________ >vwnc mailing list >[hidden email] >http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc>   > _______________________________________________ vwnc mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc
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## Re: Walk Through problem

 Niall Ross schreef op 8-4-2014 20:43: > Dear Roelof, >    if you associate the .im fileType to the > > c:\Program files (x86)\Cincom\vw7.10\bin\win\VisualWorks.exe > > then when you double-click, e.g. hello.im then it will use the > co-located VisualWorks.ini file to map the image you double-clicked to > the appropriate .exe.  I'm guessing you do not have the .im file-type > mapped (unless what you actually wrote - 'hello,img' - was not a typo > but you actually had file-extension .img instead of .im in which case > it would not be recognised). > >          HTH >                Niall Ross > Thanks for the tip. Roelof _______________________________________________ vwnc mailing list [hidden email] http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/mailman/listinfo/vwnc