revMobile

René Micout rene.micout at numericable.com
Fri Apr 9 02:11:34 CDT 2010


In the post : "Cross-platform software toolkits have never — ever — produced top-notch native apps for Apple platforms. Not for the classic Mac OS, not for Mac OS X". I think that about RunRev. For a Mac user it is the race to the bottom. Now, to build my applications, I do to build a large part of the interface...
René

Le 9 avr. 2010 à 04:38, Jerry Daniels a écrit :

> Gruber just post a more studied view of Apple's latest ruling (the infamous Section 331) which we have been discussing in this thread:
> 
>   http://daringfireball.net/2010/04/why_apple_changed_section_331
> 
> I anticipate this latest change to the "rules" will generate quite fierce debate among all concerned--which includes those of us who have bought into revMobile. 
> 
> Best,
> 
> Jerry Daniels
> 
> Use tRev's buy link during your free trial to get 20% off:
> http://reveditor.com/tag/shouldiswitch
> 
> On Apr 8, 2010, at 7:34 PM, Jerry Daniels <jerry.daniels at me.com> wrote:
> 
>> This link is interesting:
>> 
>>   http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1250946
>> 
>> In the post referenced above, the multi-platform aspect of pre-compilers is called out as one of the main reasons for the new rule. This is worth a read and from one of the foremost finders of software developers which these days means iPhone and iPad.
>> 
>> The crew in Scotland are usually very conservative in their approach in most matters. So, would be surprised if they've painted themselves into a corner.
>> 
>> As far as "the team" being way ahead of us...this late breaking news. It's not a question of lack of technical chops or foresight.  
>> 
>> Best,
>> 
>> Jerry Daniels
>> 
>> Use tRev's buy link during your free trial to get 20% off:
>> http://reveditor.com/tag/shouldiswitch
>> 
>> On Apr 8, 2010, at 7:05 PM, "J. Landman Gay" <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Jerry Daniels wrote:
>>>> I have trouble believing that a pre compiler is a problem. Any
>>>> framework is essentially the same thing. RevMobile doesn't actually
>>>> compile anything as far as I can tell. It creates a file(s) to be
>>>> compiled by Objective-C, yes?
>>> 
>>> Yeah. Nobody panic. As far as I can tell, the rules haven't changed much, the team is aware of the limitations, and RevMobile doesn't break them. There is no interpreted layer in a built RevMobile app; Rev scripts go directly from RevTalk to binary. We have limitations on using "interpreted" commands in our scripts, and they won't be accepted -- i.e., we can't use do, value, or any parameters that aren't already evaluated before they're sent (see the revmobile docs about that. It's not as bad as it sounds.)
>>> 
>>> Kevin may have more to say about it, but I think the team is way ahead of you guys. ;)
>>> 
>>> -- 
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