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On 22/06/2009 23:38, Alex Queiroz wrote:
"3.3.2 An Application
may not itself install or launch other executable code by any means,
including without limitation through the use of a plug-in architecture,
calling other frameworks, other APIs or otherwise. No interpreted code may
be downloaded and used in an Application except for code that is interpreted
and run by Apple's Published APIs and built-in interpreter(s)."

     What this means is that an application cannot download
interpreted code to run, it does not prohibit interpreted code already
shipped with the application.

I am not expert (neither in English nor in legal stuff) but the article I point to talked about a legal C64 emulator shipped with packages of legal old C64 applications. So it is not (only) about downloading stuff (beside, how do you get scripts to the phone, unless typing them?). Now, the article also points to other applications with interpreters already on the App Store.
Looks like it depends on whims of Applet, basically.
Just wanted people to be aware of the potential issue. :-)

Philippe Lhoste
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