Making Sense of Licenses

Mike Felker admin at mfelkerco.com
Thu Oct 20 10:54:56 EDT 2011


I would talk to Heather at runrev directly to get your answer.  To me, the answer seems to be "depends".

Mike

RevList <RevList at CreaTECHSol.com> wrote:

>It seems my original post was hijacked with the first response and no one answered my question.
>I need to know when my licenses expire and what it all means. Please point me in the right direction.
>
>Stewart
>>I have to admit that I have not paid much attention to this lately so I may have missed something, and also, because my employer use to pay for my RunRev licenses, I didn't worry too much.  Things
>>have changed for me lately and it looks like if I want to continue developing using LiveCode, I am going to have to maintain the licensing costs myself.
>>
>>This is under Commercial License Options
>>
>>When I log in to my account, I see I have purchased
>>LiveCode Development Tools
>>Mobile Deployment: iOS
>>Mobile Deployment: Android
>>Mobile Deployment: Win 6.5 (Pre-Release)
>>
>>Beside the following, I am seeing "Update Addon"
>>Desktop Deployment: Mac + Windows // $129
>>Desktop Deployment Linux // $129
>>Web Deployment // $99
>>
>>And "Buy addon" for
>>Server Deployment // $299
>>Livecode Box // $15
>>
>>The last two make sense, never purchased.
>>
>>What does the second category mean?  Does this mean that my license has expired, and if I want to be able to deply stand alone apps for Mac, Windows and Linux I have to pay?
>>Is the Web Deployment the web plugin?
>>
>>How long is the license good for?
>>How can I find out when the other licenses expire?
>>
>>Thanks in advance is someone can point me to where this is explained.
>
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