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    This months Wired magazine.

    Interesting article about the Apple, Adobe Split. in it Steve Jobs is not happy about 3rd party intermediate software compilers for Apple OS or their I Phone/Pad OS. Thoughts on this anyone?

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    Re: This months Wired magazine.

    A dictator is never happy if it doesn't go after his sake.

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    Re: This months Wired magazine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Quinto
    A dictator is never happy if it doesn't go after his sake.
    SO TRUE!

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    Re: This months Wired magazine.

    This has been debated endlessly.

    Most people don't think it's ok, but it's Apple's platform and their choice. Vote with your wallets.

    The important question is wether this affects Clickteam and their upcoming Iphone exporter.

    I've said this before, but here goes:
    The MMF Iphone exporter will export a project that WILL have to be build in Xcode on a Mac to work, so you could argue that it is Objective C originally, and not a breach of the terms.

    Now Clickteam is not the only company doing Iphone exporting and if we look at the industry in general, Apple has already reassured that:

    "Incidentally, Apple has assured that some of the other cross-platform mobile development suites – including PhoneGap, Ansca’s Corona, and those from MonoTouch, GameSalad, and Unity3D – are not in violation of the new agreement. "

    Source: http://topnews.net.nz/content/23286-abode-may-file-lawsuit-against-apple-over-new-developers-agreement

    It is Clickteam's belief that the MMF Iphone exporter falls under the same category as the mentioned exporters.

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