I've been familiarizing myself with Hype 3. I see upon export, the following files runtime files are included in the '.hyperesources' directory:
In order to optimize for file size I'm hosting these common libraries on a server that will result in cdn caching. Then I'm modifying the "hypegenerated_script.js" file to reference the server copy of the common library instead of a relative file. I'd like to know if there are earlier versions of Hype runtime libraries that I would also be able to host in a central location?
Additionally, is the most current version (at the moment, HYPE-466) intended to be backward compatible for Hype projects that were built with different and/or earlier versions of the application (Hype 1+, Hype 2+, Hype 2.5 etc)? Asked another way, if I a user with Hype 2.5 references the HYPE-466.thin.min.js library on the server, will the file work or would it be necessary to have the Hype 2.5 files reference HYPE-XXX.thin.min.js file in order to work?
I've seen reference to various earlier versions (HYPE-454, hype_version=230, hype_version=238, hype_version=231... etc), but I don't know where I can locate these actual libraries. Thanks for your attention and response.