Apple changes section 3.3.2 to ease pain on everyone that is not Adobe

Our favorite AppleXsider today caught a new addition to the now famous section 3.3.2 of the Apple Developer agreement.   According to the new verbiage, any interpreter can be used so long as the company that makes it isn’t also a term for mud-built houses:

Heh.  Seriously, this is to allow game interpreters like Lua to be used in iOS gaming, amongst other things.


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