Hacking RR and how far one can go before the lawyers attack?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Fri Oct 22 11:43:43 EDT 2004
> OK. let's face it I am prancing along on a legal knife
> For my MSc thesis I have been working on a fully automated
> xTalk interface - i.e. an expert system creator for experts
> in specialist areas who don't "give a monkey's" about
> learning how to program.....
> Now I want to build into this interface a way to call up
> the RR standalone builder (RR 2.0.1).......
> 1. Is this possible?
> 2. Is this legal:
> 2a. If the interface is integrated into the revtools
> 2b. If the interface is a free-standing RR/MC stack?
> Help me, Come down on me like a ton of hot
> bricks......advice Please!!!
I don't see a problem: Monte built an interface into the Rev App Builder
specifically for such purposes.
Perhaps Monte can chime in to provide an overview of how it works.
I doubt the Rev folks would have a problem, as a Rev license is required
to use the App Builder -- I think they'd probably support anything that
increases the number of Rev licenses out there.
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