[OT] Mac App Store

Pierre Sahores psahores at free.fr
Fri Oct 22 07:46:56 EDT 2010


Sems me that this will stay the way to go as long as the "password protected stack's library" support will not be added to the LiveCode cgi-based application's server engine :-/

Would be great to get this feature added to the server engine as soon as possible. A timeline info would greatly help me as i'm just thinking to convert an important project from ".rev" to the old CGI way to become able to publish the app without having to let anyone access to the .irev libs contents.

Kind Regards,

Pierre

Le 22 oct. 2010 à 12:48, Jim Sims a écrit :

> I'm currently working on a project and now thinking of using the old CGI rev engine, not the plugin. 
> 
> You can do a lot with the CGI engine - even more if you throw a connecting standalone into the mix.
> 
> I was going to use a different setup but all seems clearer now.
> 
> sims
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> On Oct 22, 2010, at 12:43 PM, Richmond wrote:
> 
>> On 10/22/2010 12:58 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
>>> It will certainly become the most agnostic way to provide win-win next step solutions to agnostic customers ...
>>> 
>>> Best,
>>> 
>>> Pierre
>>> 
>>> Le 22 oct. 2010 à 08:53, Jim Sims a écrit :
>>> 
>>>> The thought occurs to me that  Web Apps are looking far more attractive.
>>>> 
>>>> sims
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>>>> 
>> 
>> It certainly would be the solution for programmers who are not prepared to "jump"
>> from Mac and Win to 'the dark side' of Linux - and why people seem so frightened
>> escapes me; but it does seem to be the case.
>> 
>> So; the next question we have to start asking is about the web-plugin, how functional
>> it is on
>> 
>> what platforms
>> 
>> and in
>> 
>> which browsers.
>> 
>> And . . . for real 'agnosticism' the plugin might have to cease being PC-based and
>> delivered in some other way . . .
>> 
>> i.e.: all browsers on all operating systems.
>> 
>> it certainly isn't 'agnostic' enough for DOS, RISC OS, MorphOS or Haiku . . .  :(
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