Opened 15 years ago
Last modified 14 years ago
#66 new enhancement
Tray icon for POPFile service
|Reported by:||naoki iimura||Owned by:||Manni Heumann|
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There's no visual way to know whether POPFile service is running or not.
I have no idea if the PerlSvc utility of the PDK supports the tray icon. Do you know, Brian?
Or, we have to create a new small utility to achieve this?
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comment:1 by , 15 years ago
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I don't think it does. The reason we have so many popfile*.exe files is that different PDK tools are used to build them:
PerlApp is used to build popfile.exe, popfileb.exe and popfilef.exe (these do not show the system tray icon)
PerlTray is used to build popfileib.exe and popfileif.exe (these two display the system tray icon)
PerlSvc is used to build popfile-service.exe
From the PDK 7.0 User Guide:
I have to confess that I have only glanced at the PDK documentation to get some information about the PDK options used by the Makefile, so I don't really know how to use it :-)
At the moment I only have PDK 7.0 installed in order to make executables that will work properly on Win9x and WinMe systems. I think ActiveState do not recommend trying to install different versions of the PDK on the same system.