Open Source LiveCode Project
kevin at runrev.com
Tue Jan 29 10:32:48 EST 2013
That's correct. Unlike the pay as you go licenses which are essentially
software rental, the perpetual license is just that - perpetual.
Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
LiveCode: Unleash Your Killer App
On 29/01/2013 15:08, "Shawn Blc" <shawnlivecode at gmail.com> wrote:
>What about this (see the *bold* area)? I have a commercial license. From
>what I remember when I purchased it I could create, edit applications and
>distribute applications for as long as I wanted UNTIL I decided to
>The commercial version will be available as an annual subscription. A
>includes the ability for a single developer to create and build unlimited
>then distribute them royalty-free on all supported platforms. Unlike the
>version, it does not include access to the source code. It includes the
>security module which provides an additional level of protection for your
>code. It removes
>the requirement to redistribute the source code of your application when
>you come to
>redistribute it.* If your subscription expires any applications built will
>continue to run*
>*but you will not be able to create new closed source applications or
>updates to existing **applications until you renew your commercial
>On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 8:52 AM, Kevin Miller <kevin at runrev.com> wrote:
>> Yes existing licenses remain the same until the end of their term.
>> Existing perpetual licenses are just that - perpetual. You can see more
>> details in the FAQ http://runrev.com/home/ks1/?preview
>> Kind regards,
>> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
>> LiveCode: Unleash Your Killer App
>> On 29/01/2013 14:48, "David C." <davidocoker at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>We are hugely excited to be launching this project today:
>> >Hey folks,
>> >For existing customers, what is the effective date for requiring that
>> >an application be released open sourced versus commercial as usual?
>> >Also, when will details be provided as to what the cost will be for a
>> >commercial license?
>> >For example, with a license for the 4.53 version, I have two
>> >applications very close to being able to release as commercial
>> >products... at what point do I need to be concerned with purchasing a
>> >new commercial license or offering my source code?
>> >Is a perpetual licenses from earlier version not exempt for the open
>> >source model?
>> >David C.
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