App Rejected: IPv6 network?

Richmond Mathewson richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 15:59:25 EDT 2017



On 8/10/17 9:51 pm, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode wrote:
> Dan:
>
> this is "big news" -- I thought the downloading of LC binary stacks was definitely forbidden fruit inside Apple's Walled Garden

Somehow the metaphor's are getting a bit mixed there.

For starters if Tim Cook is Adam it's a good thing their garden is in 
California . . .

Also, I have a feeling that the situation started out with a situation 
more like the 3 wierd sisters: Job, Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.

Considering Apple's track record with binary files (Aha; here come the 
forked tongues) . . . I wonder why they should object.

Certainly I know that a very clever BBC computer emulator that was made 
for iPad was rejected because it downloaded other files (BBC computer 
program files).

Richmond.
>
> Dan wrote:
>
> "The app, on launch, downloads a file (a compressed stack) from my server.  I
> know for fact that went without error.  That freshly downloaded stack then
> downloads another compressed stack.  The error happened on this second stack.
>
> The app (with the development profile, of course) works perfectly on numerous
> iPads and iPhones (using several versions of iOS including 10.3.3) tested on
> several WI-Fi wireless networks at multiple locations.  It also preformed
> perfectly using cellular data."
>
> Was this app previously submitted, approved, and orking and this is a new version? or is this first submission attempt?
>
> Assuming you *do* solve the networking host connection issue, please keep us posted as to whether Apple throws up red flags on downloading binary stacks from a remote server or if they let it pass
>
> BR
>
>
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