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  Apple's High-Water Mark?
Subject:   Universal Binary is not a certification program
Date:   2006-03-25 09:49:32
From:   jdodds
Response to: Universal Binary is not a certification program

You're still confusing the logo program with a file format. Yes, developers need to sign a licensing agreement to use the logo. But I don't need to sign anything to create a universal binary. And licensing the logo doesn't involve any certification by Apple.


I thought I understood your point about Xcode up until the last sentence. Then you lost me. I don't know what you mean by:


That is the trade-off you accept when you opt for a multi-platform development tool.


Did you mean single platform instead of multi-platform?


I thought you were making a point about open source tools versus proprietary tools.


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  1. Universal Binary is not a certification program
    2006-03-29 12:33:15  AdrienLamothe [View]

    • Universal Binary is not a certification program
      2006-03-30 06:53:43  jdodds [View]

      • Universal Binary is not a certification program
        2006-03-30 10:27:12  AdrienLamothe [View]

        • Universal Binary is not a certification program
          2006-03-31 06:06:19  jdodds [View]

          • Universal Binary is not a certification program
            2006-03-31 09:04:24  AdrienLamothe [View]

            • Universal Binary is not a certification program
              2006-03-31 10:15:59  jdodds [View]

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