[squeak-dev] Re: Re: iPhone OS 4 SDK, section 3.3.1
bert at freudenbergs.de
Thu Apr 15 20:23:15 UTC 2010
On 15.04.2010, at 22:11, Lawson English wrote:
> Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>> Not to defend Apple's hubris or anything, but John's other apps written in Squeak are still in the store. Scratch was not taken down because it is implemented in Squeak, but because it downloads code from the internet and runs it.
>> - Bert -
> AH, if that is the case, then there is hope. If you could modify things so that only the official site could supply "content" then perhaps the policy can be circumvented...
Not really. Apple wants to ensure that the behavior they test is the same as the behavior the users see. So no "active content" download.
Typical apps do not download code, they are only updated when a new version gets released (and each new version is tested again by Apple).
In that sense John's other apps are fine, they are just an executable written in a mix of C and Objective-C, plus a fixed datafile we usually call "image".
- Bert -
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