How do you handle the poor performance of LC 7?
dave at applicationinsight.com
Tue Jun 2 08:43:21 EDT 2015
OK I tried to migrate to LC8 but have given up until the next version comes
At the moment I'm doing apps for iOS and Android need to be able to build
for them. A while ago I allowed Xcode to upgrade to 6.3.2 which LC7 was OK
with, LC8 not so much. As regards Android I can build and install apps made
with LC8 but they can't open on my device
If I was working on stuff that didn't need mobile I would move up, but think
it's sensible for me to wait until your next release :(
Peter TB Brett wrote
> On 2015-06-01 13:54, Dave Kilroy wrote:
>> Thanks for the confirmation Peter
>> To get through the iOS App Store I need a commercial version of
>> LiveCode, so
>> can you give us a rough date of when a commercial version of v8 will be
>> released? I'm not after a definite date but something I can use to help
> Unless some major showstopper problems are encountered, there will be
> commercial builds of the next release of LiveCode 8. That'll be in the
> next couple of weeks.
>> If an approximate release date is either unknown or too far in the
>> future to
>> be contemplated then can you assure us that we could develop in v8 and
>> - as
>> long as no widgets etc were used - build standalones with v7?
> The LiveCode 8 IDE and engine will automatically save stacks in the v8
> format if any widgets are used, and in the v7 format otherwise.
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