[ANN] Release 9.6.0 RC-1

Brian Milby brian at milby7.com
Mon May 11 18:52:50 EDT 2020

Here are the 2 options:

1.  Install Xcode from the Apple App Store when the latest Xcode and latest
LiveCode versions are compatible.  Disable automatic updates.  Whenever
Apple updates Xcode, update only if compatible with the current version of
LiveCode that you are using.

2.  Download and install Xcode manually (not from the App Store) and
possibly maintain multiple versions.  Whenever you update LiveCode, install
the matching version of Xcode manually.

I prefer #2 and have a folder for all of the Xcode versions that I have
downloaded.  I never have to worry about my version of Xcode that I use for
building LiveCode apps getting clobbered by an update that isn't compatible.

If you were to start using LiveCode after Apple releases 11.5 and before
LiveCode is updated, you're pretty much stuck with #2 until LiveCode gets

On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 3:05 PM matthias rebbe via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> > we strongly
> > recommend disabling automatic update of Xcode or downloading the specific
> > version of Xcode required directly from the Apple developer portal and
> > installing it separately.
> For me as a non-native. English speaker  it sounds like this
> They recommend either "...disabling the automatic update..." or
> "downloading the specific..."
> -
> Matthias Rebbe
> Life Is Too Short For Boring Code

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