preferences and re-inventing the wheel
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Dec 5 09:23:33 CST 2008
On point '4': have you seen http://www.runrev.com/products/related-
Should cater for part of that at least. Nice bonus is the cgi script.
For versioning I'd go for Magic carpet if you don't want to roll your
On 5 Dec 2008, at 14:18, william humphrey wrote:
> 4. Serial number versioning system and protection scheme for unlocking
> compiled copies of your program after a 30 day trial period. Every
> commercial software has this too. I read this list about various
> trying to invent this. Shouldn't it be available for everyone?
> It seems to me that there are many genius developers on this
> mailing list.
> Why can't one come forward (like maybe Andre for the automatic
> update my
> program over the internet substack) and the rest of us all offer
> him $100 a
> piece to make that substack? In these down economic times maybe a
> solution like this would be a good idea? Unless, of course, some
> one is
> already working on these solutions or has them already and will
> sell them
> for a reasonable price?
> Thanks, I'm going to go back in my grass hut now...
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