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[#] Mon Feb 25 2019 12:22:31 EST from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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It's a bad move if you ask me. I hope to God they don't do it.

Have a VM or container for your iPad code. But they've bought into their own crap - a phone or tablet is NOT a real computer.


[#] Mon Feb 25 2019 16:51:59 EST from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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their own crap - a phone or tablet is NOT a real computer.

Haven't we been down this rabbit hold before?

[#] Mon Feb 25 2019 17:08:38 EST from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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Probably.

[#] Mon Feb 25 2019 17:31:25 EST from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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meh.. HOLE.. not hold.. but whatever.

[#] Tue Feb 26 2019 10:27:05 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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their own crap - a phone or tablet is NOT a real computer.

Haven't we been down this rabbit hold before?

We sure did, and we didn't really reach a consensus. The closest we got was to say that a "real computer" can self-host its own development environment.
This sounds good until you consider that you can build Android software on Android if you *really* jump through hoops, and that this definition also excludes the original Macintosh (whose dev environment ran on the Lisa). But it's still the closest we got to a reasonable definition.

Experience has shown that "Write Once, Run Anywhere" works better behind the data center glass than it does behind the Gorilla Glass. (See what I did there? I'm so f***ing clever.)

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