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Deprecations

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Overview

As time marches on, some older features of Xojo may no longer be relevant, may be unsupported by the OS or may be replaced with a newer feature. In such cases, the Xojo feature will be marked as De-emphasized, Deprecated and then finally removed.

  • De-emphasized means that the item's use is no longer encouraged and alternatives should be investigated. Bugs will not be fixed unless they cause fatal errors. At some point after an item is de-emphasized, it will be deprecated.
  • Deprecated means that an item is no longer supported, although the item still works and remains available for use. If your projects require this item, you should consider finding another solution. Bugs are not typically fixed for deprecated items.
  • Removed means the item is not longer available in Xojo. Typically deprecated items are removed about a year after they are deprecated, although this may be sooner or later as the situation warrants it.

Operating Systems

This table describes the latest versions of Xojo you can use with some older operating systems.

Type OS Last Supported Release
IDE
Windows 32-bit 2017r2.1
Linux 32-bit 2017r2.1
Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8 2017r1.1
Windows Vista 2016r1
Windows XP 2013r4.1
Mac OS X 10.6 2013r3.3
PowerPC 2010r3.2
macOS Builds
Carbon 2014r2
Mac OS X 10.9 2018r2
Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8 2017r1.1
Mac OS X 10.6 2013r3.3
Mac OS X 10.5 2012r2.1
Mac OS X 10.4 2011r4.3
Mac OS X 10.3 2009r4
Mac OS X on PowerPC 2011r3
OS 9 2007r3
Windows Builds
Windows Vista

Windows Server 2008 R1

2016r1
Windows XP SP3 2015r2.4
Windows XP SP2 2013r4.1
Windows 2000 2010r3.2
Windows 98 2007r3
Single-File EXE 2008r1
Linux Builds
CentOS 5.x 2013r3.3
GTK+ 2 2017r1.1
iOS Builds
iOS 7 2016r1
iOS 8 2017r2.1
iOS 32-bit support (via Univeral Binaries) 2016r4.1

Deprecated and Removed Features