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Support policy #12756

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ckerr commented Apr 30, 2018

Add an end-of-support policy to the public documentation.

This topic overlaps a lot with other support questions/issues, so I've repurposed supported-platforms.md as support.md and unified the discussion/linking that takes place between README.md, issues.md, support.md, and SECURITY.md.

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(and do not work).

Both `ia32` (`x86`) and `x64` (`amd64`) binaries are provided for Windows.
Please note, the `ARM` version of Windows is not supported for now.

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We should probably point out that Windows for ARM comes with an ia32 emulator that works just fine, so Electron apps still run (just like Chrome, for instance). I want to avoid that people think that Electron has quirks that keep it from running on Windows for ARM devices.

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Fixed in b0a8d82

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To avoid 404s on GitHub and the website, please keep the old file around:

echo "Moved to [support.md](support.md)" > docs/tutorial/supported-platforms.md
- [`electron`](https://discuss.atom.io/c/electron) category on the Atom
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- `#atom-shell` channel on Freenode
- [`Atom`](https://atom-slack.herokuapp.com) channel on Slack

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Should this not be the #electron channel on the Atom Slack?

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Fixed b602714

This error was already in README.md; all I did was propagate it in a new file 💯

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ckerr commented May 1, 2018

/trop run backport-to 2-0-x

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The backport process for this PR has been manually initiated, sending your 1's and 0's to "2-0-x" here we go! :D

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An error occurred while attempting to backport this PR to "2-0-x", you will need to perform this backport manually

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An error occurred while attempting to backport this PR to "2-0-x", you will need to perform this backport manually

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