On Aug 25, 2006, at 10:14 AM, Paul Berkowitz wrote:
On 8/25/06 8:00 AM, "Dave Dribin" <email@hidden> wrote:
Just out of interest - what's the worry? iTunes is free, and,
the iTunes website, iTunes 6 works on every Mac OS 10.2.8 and
later. Are you
really concerned about having your app work on OS 10.1? For
(i.e. everyone) they just have to get iTunes 6 free at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ . Or, better yet, start up
Update in System prefs, which will do it for them.
I have no hard numbers to back this up, but I figure some people,
even running on 10.2, 10.3, and 10.4, are running an older version of
iTunes for whatever reason. It's not so much that they *can't*
update, it's that they don't want to. Maybe there are so few people
out there like this that I shouldn't worry. Or maybe telling them to
upgrade is appropriate. But I'd rather not alienate some potential
customers if I don't absolutely have to.
If I can easily support older iTunes version using "database ID"
instead of "persistent ID", I'll do that. But from what I can tell,
"database ID" has some limitations, such as a track not getting the
same "database ID" for it's entire lifetime. Also, playlists have no
unique ID, other than "persistent ID".
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