I am building an app now.. it will likely be the first that I submit to apple. What I'm doing now is basically using the INI as a set of Alterable Values in some cases.. Pulling from it and/or altering it on the fly at a semi-fast pace.
It's working fine in testing, but I just want to know if I should be on the look out for any potential future issues and also if anyone knows whether or not such a method is preferable/allowed by Apple.
I apologize if that's too vague. Hopefully this can provide a better picture..
I essentially have a 3D grid and each "cell" has multiple values attached to it.. I was going to load these from the INI into Alt. Values, or an Array and then read from there.. but I was hoping it was feasible to skip that step and read/write straight to the INI. If so, this would be more convenient in quite a few ways and probably allow for some front-end issue avoidance.
I just don't want to build everything on this system just to get it denied by Apple because of inefficient memory management or whatever.. So if anyone could educate me(us) at all on this, that would be most appreciated!