Update of old apps

Roger Eller roger.e.eller at sealedair.com
Wed Jul 16 08:06:27 EDT 2014

I agree with Richmond.  In my experience, it is wise to use the version the
app was originally coded in.  Too many times when I've used the latest,
everything looks great until the customer comes across that one thing,
rarely used, that no longer works because you need to code it just slightly
different in the new version.


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On Jul 16, 2014 7:13 AM, <jbv at souslelogo.com> wrote:

> yes, that's exactly what I did (except that did the changes in 6.5.2).
> But anyway, in terms of execution speed or app size, and (even worse)
> maintenance in the near or distant future, it might be easier for me to
> work with the latest LC features than my aging workarounds coding...
> Last but not least, most of my clients being 100% computer illiterate,
> they don't even know that rewriting is an option...
> So I guess my question is still valid...
> Thanks
> jbv
> > Just open the stack in 4.5, do your cosmetic changes and send it back!
> >
> > Your client has NOT asked for a rewrite or an update; so don't do that.
> >
> > Richmond.
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