Open Source LiveCode Project
heather at runrev.com
Tue Jan 29 11:02:40 EST 2013
Erm. The question as it stands does not compute Colin :). You can't have 5.5 and not 5.5.1, you always get those minor releases with your major version.
However, if we rephrase it, suppose you had a perpetual 5.0 license, but then instead of updating it purchased a PAYG license, what would happen?
You will always be able to use your 5.0 edition of LiveCode.
As long as you maintain your 5.5 PAYG payments, we will continue to honor that license type and provide you with updates. If you let that PAYG license lapse, you lose access to LiveCode, from 5.0 onwards. You will then need to purchase a new Commercial license to renew access.
We will be discontinuing the PAYG license types once we go dual license, so no new purchases of this will be possible.
I hope this helps,
On 29 Jan 2013, at 15:35, Colin Holgate wrote:
> What happens if you did a change of license? Like, if I was perpetual up to version 5.5, but pay as you go from 5.5.1, would I be able to use 5.5, but not 5.5.1?
> On Jan 29, 2013, at 10:33 AM, Kevin Miller <kevin at runrev.com> wrote:
>>> If it is a perpetual license, as opposed to one of the newer pay as you go
>> licenses, it never expires.
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