Sucking the Marrow from Macintosh Apps
dave at looktowindward.com
Fri Jan 23 11:41:13 EST 2009
There is nothing to stop you displaying other resources from
installed applications as long as you don't claim them to be your
own. For instance if you wanted to represent Application X in your
application, you could display name of App X, or you could display
All the Best
On 23 Jan 2009, at 15:39, Rick Harrison wrote:
> Hi there,
> You realize of course that sucking resources from any application
> that isn't yours, and for which you do not have permission to take
> such resources to claim for your own, is a violation of copyright law,
> and usually is also a violation of the software license agreement for
> that application.
> It is always best, and safest to create your own content. Then one
> is never at risk for any lawsuits whatsoever. Or, get permission
> in writing from the owners of the software to use those resources.
> If someone were sucking resources from your software application
> which you worked very hard on for many weeks to enrich themselves
> at your expense, I think you would not be a happy programmer.
> This is just a cautionary reminder for everyone.
> On Jan 23, 2009, at 10:16 AM, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>> Dave "looking to windward" wrote:
>> "No need to rename the file, just control click on it and you will
>> "Open package contents" as an option. In fact renaming the file could
>> cause all kinds of other problems."
>> Of course.
>> However, that will not allow you to import folders of resources into
>> Runtime Revolution.
>> I suggest removing the .app suffux from a copy of whichever
>> you wish to cannibalise.
>> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
>> A Thorn in the flesh is better than a failed Systems Development
>> Life Cycle.
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