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chipp at altuit.com
Sun May 9 21:00:11 EDT 2010
I get the fact you're not a very technology smart individual. Let me dumb it down a bit for you.
A tool which generates C code from xtalk code, creates similar patterns of C code, which when compiled, are unique, like human fingerprints. So, it's easy to figure out where the initial C code comes from, just as if you were trying to identify a person by the fingerprint they left behind.
I'm sorry, I don't know how to say it any simpler.
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On May 9, 2010, at 4:29 PM, Randall Lee Reetz <randall at randallreetz.com> wrote:
> Wow, the logic in your argument makes absolutely no sence and is in no way comparable in this context.
> To wit. The problem to which you allude is one of people attempting to build flash apps from C source. Of course thus would violate apples policy! But the discussion here is centered on the possibility of generating C source from rev stacks and then building apple compliant apps within the apple blessed IDE. No harm, no foul, no secret sneak.
> Rev, in this scenario would not be asserting any new external third party protocol into the app space. It would simple act as an app prototyping and sketch helper tool.
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