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[REBOL] Re: Distribution

From: Rebolinth:nodep:dds:nl at: 13-Oct-2003 21:29

Hiya, Hope this makes it clear, its clear to me.. Yes you can sell and yes you can distribute... as long as the license is included for view and Core. SDK encap/API is different, you need a seperate license when your code feeds on rebol code for input output by 3th party use (the users). But a normal encapped file is free for sales.... (Thats how i read it, and if its not oke then Rebol Inc. should make (should have made) it more readable) JN> If application is created with the SDK, Can it be commercially JN> distributed? That is, can that application be sold?
>1 of 2: If a person creates an application that requires only the free >2 of 2: If a person sees something in the script library that sparks
SDK --> REBOL API Restriction. If you choose to export the REBOL API (function and objects of REBOL) for users of programs created by REBOL/SDK (in other words, you allow users of your programs to write and execute REBOL scripts within your program), you must obtain a separate commercial distribution license from REBOL Technologies. If your program does not allow users to access the REBOL API, then no additional license is required. VIEW --> You may redistribute the SOFTWARE provided that you include this entire License AGREEMENT and all copyright and trademark notices; and agree to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend REBOL from and against any claims or lawsuits, including attorneys' fees, that arise from use, reproduction, or distribution of the SOFTWARE. REBOL/core and /view is distributed on Shareware cdroms all over the world downloadble from "commercial" sites as well.. and they all keep the License included ;-) (R)egards, Norman. -- Conversation/lunch: "How do you Eat your Rebol in the Morning?"