Windows Platform Information for Standalone Applications
When you create a standalone application on Windows, you’re actually creating a folder containing the MaxMSP Runtime executable plus a .mxf collective file containing your patches and files. In addition, the standalone folder contains a support folder with files necessary to run your application.
The following list shows the arrangement of files and folders.
YourApplication [ folder ]
TABSTOPYourApplication.exe [modified MaxRT.exe – launch this to launch your app ]
TABSTOPYourApplication.mxf [ collective containing your patches ]
TABSTOPTABSTOPsupport [ folder]
TABSTOPTABSTOPTABSTOPad [ folder containing MSP audio driver objects ]
TABSTOPTABSTOPTABSTOPmididrivers [ folder containing Max midi driver objects ]
TABSTOPTABSTOPTABSTOPMaxAPI.dll [ Max API for external objects ]
TABSTOPTABSTOPTABSTOPMaxAudio.dll [ MSP library ]
TABSTOPTABSTOPTABSTOPinterfaces [ folder containing menu specifications, icons, etc. ]
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