xJSFL is free software or not?
  • andy_oneandy_one May 2013

    Hi Dave,

    I'm can't found any information about license. What license used for xJSFL? It's proprietary or free software?

  • DaveDave May 2013

    It's MIT licensed, so you're free to use it or fork it how you like :)

  • andy_oneandy_one May 2013

    I'm not sure, but at this point source looks like proprietary, because sources not contains file with license agreements. 

  • DaveDave May 2013

    It is in there:

    https://github.com/davestewart/xJSFL/blob/master/core/assets/docs/License.txt

    Perhaps I could make it a little more obvious...

  • andy_oneandy_one May 2013

    It would be very good if you add this information in README.md file. I'm found old post were you say about GPL license and I was a little bit agitated by this.

  • DaveDave May 2013

    Well we wouldn't want that! ;)

  • DaveDave May 2013

    BTW, the bootstrap trace window output has a link to the license:


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    The Rapid-Development Framework for Extending Adobe Flash

    @ see licence at http://www.xjsfl.com/license

    I've added the link to the readme as well :)

  • andy_oneandy_one May 2013
    Dave said: BTW, the bootstrap trace window output has a link to the license:

    During framework initialization, this information go away from the screen so fast, what I never saw this before. :)

  • DaveDave May 2013

    We'll have our lawyers fight it out in court ;)

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