CentOS Death in 2021
sean at pidigital.co.uk
Tue Dec 15 13:30:40 EST 2020
But that does not seem to correlate to the way it is for MacOS or Win. Are you saying they compile from all of those versions of MacOS and Win they reference to supporting.
This is a very odd use of semantics.
When reading about LiveCode support, to me it doesn’t matter if it is LC Ltd or the LC app. The two are pretty much interchangeable. Both the software and the company Support xyz platform version. It’s not like LC make many/any other products. Especially as the release notes are written SPECIFICALLY for LC the product, not in reference to the company. I cannot see where this inference is coming from.
Basically put, if they can’t build it in, for example, Ubuntu 20, then it is not supported fully because of some minor/major issue. So, going back to my question of: what issues have led to support not being passed for them that has led to release notes purposefully omitting mention of these later versions of Linux disro’s?
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