Author Topic: Any news on the OSX port?  (Read 2456 times)

2015-12-23, 15:40:09

tomislavn

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Hey Ondra, how is the OSX port going? Any more precise ETA? (apart from the Q1 2016. in Trello for Max :P)
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2015-12-23, 21:29:02
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Ondra

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Hey Ondra, how is the OSX port going?
We just brought a mac... so... there is progress ;). We are also hiring a new developer with mac os background next month.

Any more precise ETA? (apart from the Q1 2016. in Trello for Max :P)
Nothing more precise, sorry
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2015-12-24, 10:08:37
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Oh well :) that's also something for a start I guess. Thank you for the info.
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2016-02-26, 15:52:07
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Corona core port almost done, moving on to standalone, once this is done, porting the C4D plugin is next on the list. Two to three months before an alpha can come out.

2016-02-26, 19:09:10
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Awesome! BTW - If I purchase the Windows version which seems to be released prior to the Mac version can I switch to the Mac version once it is released (without purchasing it again)? Are there any plans? See, I usually work on OS X and only run Windows (bootcamp) on my Mac to be able to work with corona.

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2016-02-29, 16:00:25
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yes, just make sure to get a floating (FairSaaS) license.
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