Cannot build a standalone application
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Oct 9 14:24:03 EDT 2012
I don't understand why you say you're sure that I don't believe.. etc... as I indeed never suggested anything like that. It is the same as saying that you're sure that I don't think that stone bricks float in water.
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On 9 okt 2012, at 18:51, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> On 10/9/12 9:46 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
>> Apple provides developers with preview releases of Mac OS X and
>> XCode. That's sufficient to make sure that RAD tools like LiveCode
>> are up-to-date the day that the next OSX or XCode is released.
> Naturally RR has been working on the next update as each of the preview releases came out. Changes to Apple's final OS release caused a delay. From what I gather, the problem seems to be related more to XCode 4.5 than iOS; LiveCode has been able to build for iOS 6 for a very long time.
> I'm sure you don't believe that they have done nothing for the last year, and are only now starting to revise the engine.
>> Anyway, the point is not to discuss with you whether something is
>> possible or not. The point is that I am worried and I'd like RunRev
>> (not you) to take my worries away, if they want me to upgrade more
> Those in the developer program do get that information and we aren't worried.
> It would be to your advantage to update to at least the latest released version of LiveCode though, which does work with iOS 6 (I believe you are using a much older version right now.) My iOS 6 upgrade to Casey's Solitaire was accepted and released into the App Store yesterday without any issues, compiled with the same tools we have available today. I've also seen numerous reports from other LiveCode developers who have done the same thing.
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