Multimedia on MacOS

Terence Heaford t.heaford at btinternet.com
Sat May 17 11:24:39 EDT 2014


Sorry Richard, my misunderstanding.

Perhaps you need to differentiate which hat you are wearing at any particular point. :) (I wrote "our customers", as opposed to "RunRev's customers”)

From a developers point of view, if only 11% of LiveCode developers are on Mac then the future viability of LiveCode for Mac may be threatened if it were to deteriorate further, that was my point.

Do we have any figures that confirm the LiveCode user base (developers) on a Mac vs. Windows vs. Linux basis?

Thanks

Terry



On 17 May 2014, at 15:29, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:

> I wrote "our customers", as opposed to "RunRev's customers".  When it comes to market share I'm chiefly concerned about what we can deliver to end-users.
> 
> After all, with its key advantage being, as Richmond noted, "write once run anywhere", it doesn't really matter what platform we develop on.
> 
> As with most things in delivering software, what matters most is the end-user.




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