iOS SDK Question
gbojsza at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 21:10:11 EDT 2017
Well I saw this in my account...but the license file and online activation
So is this telling me I still have valid license for the following versions
but the system won't allow me to install them?
I have tried both the license file which ends up a zero bytes or automatic
licensing where I repeatedly get an error message...
Copied Directly From My Account Page
You license allows you access to the following platforms:
Mac valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
Windows valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
Linux valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
iOS valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
Android valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
Server valid from version 5.5.x to version 8.0.2
On Sat, Mar 25, 2017 at 8:41 PM, James Hale via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> The other way to be sure about your particular case is to visit your
> account page on the LiveCode site. The login link is in the upper right of
> the page.
> When I visit mine I see all my licenses and can tell from the version
> pop-up associated with each one what is actually licensed.
> I have 4
> From the oldest to the newest they go:
> LiveCode Personal- the pop up shows 4.6.4 and the deployment tab indicates
> it is for iOS
> LiveCode Commercial - the pop up shows 5.5.5 and the deployment tab
> indicates three platforms (Mac Windows and Linux) versions 4.5.x to 5.5.x
> LiveCode Commercial - the pop up shows 8.1.3 down to 6.1.0 and the
> deployment tab shows 7 platforms valid for all versions. This is a
> perpetual license from the kickstarter.
> LiveCode Business - the pop up shows 8.1.3 down to 6.1.0 and the
> deployment tab shows 6 platforms valid as follows: valid for all versions
> while your subscription remains active.
> So, while I have a perpetual commercial license my business license needs
> to be renewed annually. This means if I do not renew it I can no longer
> use, maintain, develop or release using the business edition.
> If you examine what you have listed under your account page on the
> LiveCode site you will be able to answer you questions.
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