Keeping up to date with

David Bovill david at
Sat Oct 24 04:32:07 EDT 2015

Thanks Peter. The release notes section works with me.

Why are the Release Notes  PDF files that you have to manually search
through? Can we not use GitHub for release notes, and use a script to
create the PDF's?

On Saturday, 24 October 2015, Peter TB Brett <peter.brett at>

> On 2015-10-24 09:28, David Bovill wrote:
>> I just upgraded Xcode to 7.1 - and again I get the issue that Livecode
>> does
>> not recognise this version. I think this has happened every time I upgrade
>> for the last 6 months. Is there a better way to keep things in sync here?
>> I think it would be good to have a place where it is documented which
>> version of Xcode you need to get working with which version of Livecode -
>> and where to download the version of Xcode you are looking for (it's not
>> easy to find).
> Yes, this information must be featured prominently in the release notes.
> I've filed a bug about this on your behalf:
> To download older versions of Xcode you need to log into
> and go to the tools download page.  Apple
> don't make this process easy to describe, unfortunately. Quite the
> opposite. -_-
> I'm presently downloading Xcode 7.0 in the hope that that will work with
>> Livecode 7.1 - if anyone has Xcode 7.1 working that would be great to
>> know?
> Xcode 7.0 will work with the latest round of releases, including LiveCode
> 7.1.1, LiveCode 6.7.7,
> The next round of releases (expected early next week) will include Xcode
> 7.1 and iOS 9.1 support.  I'll have a chat with the core team to see
> whether there are any process improvements that we can feasibly make to
> reduce this delay in future (i.e. I'm not promising anything, but I'll look
> into it).
>                               Peter
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