On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 05:40:28AM +0900, Jeremy McAnally wrote:
> Is this allowable by the terms of the iPhone developer program (i.e.,
> that whole business about disallowing interpreters)?

To be clear, the iPhone development terms do not disallow interpreted
languages. They disallow interpreting code that has been downloaded
independent of both Apple's official distributions channels (i.e. not
contained in the app bundle) and Apple's own code (i.e. running JS code
from anywhere within Apple's WebKit-based UI control is allowed).

In short, writing your app in an interpreted language and bundling the code
in that language along with the interpreter is legitimate as long as you
don't interpret any other code.

> If so, awesome.
> 
> --Jeremy
--Greg