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Really? Limbo he says and limbo is sure what it seems to be.

If what you're saying were true, Apple should have fairly quickly rejected it citing the grounds you state. Something else is going on.

And isn't it the case that there are already quite a few interpreted code exceptions already in place, e.g. Lua in games?




I thought he made it pretty clear that he made some effort to get his software approved by exception through talking to execs, etc. So obviously that explains the "limbo". Presumably, he recognized it would just get rejected through the ordinary channels.

And with respect to the other thing, your bringing that up kinda proves what I said, doesn't it? :P

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