If in the download center you look at nativeEx, you'll see new entries.
nativeEx is thought to be an experimental project, rather than to be used 'productivelly'.
It offers ideas, solutions, samples etc. for other projects.
Therefore during my development work I continously implement new syntax into nativeEx_barebone (if applicable).
This of course can cause that I replace 'running code' with 'code runable in the future'.
I think that is the lesser evil than having no samples after publishing a new WB version.
And I used a post by John3Voltas to change a bit.
Now there are ????_0077_RC2 projects frozen with that latest published WB version, in this example with 077_RC2.
And there are ???? projects following the latest (usually unpublished) WB version.
Developers, beeing able to access the latest unpublished version, can use these projects.
All other users may get errors and the project is not built well for them.
For those users it is not recommended to try to 'correct' the project.
The functionality is the same the 'established' projects deliver.
Here usually is only some new syntax.
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