C3 developers give real info so we stop arguing features

Post » Sat Feb 04, 2017 4:48 pm

Tom wrote:
irbis wrote:EDIT:
You know what? Frak that. That's enough. That was the last straw. I'm Out.


No problem, you're free to do as you wish. Good luck.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Stop Stress out Tom :D :D Tom all we need for you to do is to abandon that subscription fee crap
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Post » Sun Feb 05, 2017 2:01 pm

For what it's worth, I'll point out we've been maintaining the HTML5 runtime for years, and cases where Chrome updates it are very rare, and most of those were deliberate changes by Google that they warned everyone about for months. Any browser maker's job is to stay compatible with all the billions of websites on the Internet, so they tend to be extremely cautious with any changes that are not 100% backwards compatible.

And in any cases that slip through the net? Simple, we just fix it! We have done in the past - and can do in the future - same-day updates to fix any critical problems like that.

The desktop builds are entirely independent of the Chrome update process, so those will be the same regardless of what happens to Chrome updates. But we'll still be issuing regular updates of those as well, so the option to stay up-to-date is there.
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Post » Sun Feb 05, 2017 2:04 pm

Ashley wrote:For what it's worth, I'll point out we've been maintaining the HTML5 runtime for years, and cases where Chrome updates it are very rare, and most of those were deliberate changes by Google that they warned everyone about for months. Any browser maker's job is to stay compatible with all the billions of websites on the Internet, so they tend to be extremely cautious with any changes that are not 100% backwards compatible.

And in any cases that slip through the net? Simple, we just fix it! We have done in the past - and can do in the future - same-day updates to fix any critical problems like that.

The desktop builds are entirely independent of the Chrome update process, so those will be the same regardless of what happens to Chrome updates. But we'll still be issuing regular updates of those as well, so the option to stay up-to-date is there.

So, now the editor will run as well as the games do, via node-webkit?
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Post » Sun Feb 05, 2017 3:42 pm

Zebbi wrote:node-webkit?

Or with Electron. From what I can tell, Electron is more popular in terms of running desktop versions of applications.
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Post » Sun Feb 05, 2017 5:54 pm

glerikud wrote:
Zebbi wrote:node-webkit?

Or with Electron. From what I can tell, Electron is more popular in terms of running desktop versions of applications.

"run as well" is relative.
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