The conventional download runs on 10.5 and 10.6 machines, no problem.
The App Store download runs on 10.6.6 *only* (not 10.6.5), and only
with authentication of the original downloader's iTunes store (credit
card) account. There are no keycodes involved.
I did a diff on the two app bundles, and have pasted a little bit of
Meanwhile... what do we do if somebody wants a departmental purchase
of software that's only available via the App Store? The iTunes store
id has relationships both to the app (the end-user) and to the credit
card (the bluCard holder). That doesn't fly in our purchasing
environment, as I see it.
This could be awkward if there are not alternate purchase and
licensing mechanisms for some titles.
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