I am not using Extension Builder.
If I am creating an HTML5 extension, do I need to create two distinct .zxps and manifest files for CC and CC2014? (Presuming there will be some users who continue to use CC for whatever reason).
I guess I can specify a broad version range for the Host elements in the HostList in the manifest e.g. <Host Name="PHXS" Version="[14.0,15.9]"/>
But looking at the RequiredRuntime:Version and ExtensionManager:Version in the manifests - I'm not quite sure what they mean and whether they preclude using a single manifest for both CC and CC2014.
Thanks for any ideas.
You can support CC and CC2014 but you need to develop for the earlier version e.g. CC and RequiredRuntime:Version 4.0. You are correct to extend the version range of the application to include both CC and CC2014 versions. We have many manifest examples that work for both CC and CC 2014 at: https://github.com/Adobe-CEP/Samples
Thanks for clearing that up.
I decided not to develop for CC due to the lack of Node support pre 2014.