On 23-Sep-2006, at 19:10, f.e wrote:
> We’ve realized we lack one machine with max on it in our
> architecture and we’re wondering if it’s possible to extend one of
> our authorization to this machine,
Write to the authorization address. The people there (yes, real
people handle authorization) are generally helpful, although they may
suggest that you simply use the Runtime on the unauthorized machine
(I’ve done this in several installations and it’s pretty painless).
> But our left macintosh is a macbook pro so we’ll need to have an UB
> version on it i guess. Our developper got Xcode and we wonder if
> it’ll be easy to compile our externals for UB easily ?
It depends on your externals. Your developer will need to read DDZ’s
documentation on porting to UB, which will take a couple of hours.
Then there may be some time lost on adapting code to the braindead
GCC compiler. Then… it depends on your external.