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LiveCode (PowerPC)

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Guides on emulating older applications

LiveCode is arguably the most popular and active successor/clone of HyperCard, followed by SuperCard.

LiveCode is cross-platform for Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and Windows.

PPC support was completely dropped in 2014, but earlier versions do support it. All the files contained here were always freely distributed.

The following files correspond to the Community Edition, Commercial Edition, Community Server, Release Notes and Source Code of the following versions:
Download #1 contains v6.5.2, the latest version compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger.
Download #2 contains v6.6.5, the latest version compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, in terms of release date (21 October 2014) and among releases marked as "STABLE".
Download #3 contains v6.7.0 Developer Preview 1, the latest version compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, in terms of version number, even though it came out nearly half a year (24 March 2014) before the stable release of v6.6.5.

There's also download #4, which contains source code for versions 6.5.3, 6.6.6 and 6.7.6, with the first two expected to be Tiger and Leopard compatible, respectively, and having never been released. Version 6.7.6 is the latest version which still mentioned, at least in the source code ReadMe, that Tiger or PPC are supported (if you compile it with the right tools & options), so it has been included for good measure.

The manual is a user guide from 2010. It even describes how to deploy/target apps for Mac OS 9.2.2, as long as the source code is compatible with LiveCode 2.6.1 (which never existed: what they meant is RunTime Revolution 2.6.1).

For Intel Mac and other versions, visit the official website and choose your version accordingly:

Source code for all versions can be found at:

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger & Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.