ATEasy EXE File Compatibility with Older Run-Time (RT) Engine Builds

Knowledge Base Article # Q200037

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Summary Since the file format of the ATEasy EXE or files rarely changes, you may not always need to send the RT engine with your rebuilt EXE file.
Solution:

In general, ATEasy created executables (EXE) files run with the same run-time that was used to build the EXE. The EXE can also run with newer version of the ATEasy run-time.

Upgrading the target computer with the build that that you used to build the EXE along with the EXE file will always work. However, steps have been to reduce incapability between versions of ATEasy, so you will be able to mix different run time and EXE versions.

Since the file format of the ATEasy EXE or files rarely changes, you may not always need to send the run-time engine with your rebuilt EXE file. Starting from ATEasy 3.0 build 54 we made several changes to prevent the need for sending run-time updates.
Article Date 10/16/2002 4:01:09 PM
Keywords ATEasy, EXE, Version

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