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René Micout rene.micout at
Sun May 9 09:05:42 EDT 2010

3.3.1 ... Applications that link to Documented APIs through an intermediary translation or compatibility layer or tool are prohibited.
• It is the node of the problem : in a precedent post I talk about a system witch allow to write in RevTalk the code of an "application". This code is translated into Objective-C code. This Objective-C code is written (or copy-paste or if it not ethical acceptable enter char to char with my fingers...) into xCode and compile with it to make with interface (Interface Builder construction) the "application". This "application" have no link with APIs through an intermediary translation or compatibility layer or other tool.
Am I clear ? Because some person (in this list) say to me : it is right, other persons say to me : it is a violation of the SDK 4.0.
If I can write all this in French, the things will be facter and easier for me ... but not for you :-)

Le 9 mai 2010 à 13:56, Colin Holgate a écrit :

> On May 9, 2010, at 4:28 AM, René Micout wrote:
>> What mean "translations" ? What mean "originally" ?
> Literally, if you write a single line of your Rev stack using a 'Talk syntax (ask "What is your name" for example), you've gone against the license agreement, because it takes a translation layer to convert that into Apple's approved way of working. It doesn't matter whether the translation happens at runtime, or is done by the compiler, it's still not allowed.
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