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Offline Stefan Pendl

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Re: About the commercial use of Pelles C
« Reply #15 on: May 20, 2012, 06:47:11 pm »
The Setup(s) start with a license page. Like with any other license page in a setup, everyone are using the "auto-ignore" mode apparently.
It would be nice to have this available in more than one place, at least the legal notice about commercial/private use and the donation.

I personally won't run the setup multiple times just to read the license.

I must say that I am guilty of accepting the license without reading carefully, since I use PellesC privately.
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Re: About the commercial use of Pelles C
« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2012, 12:00:00 am »
I personally won't run the setup multiple times just to read the license.
I must say that I am guilty of accepting the license without reading carefully, since I use PellesC privately.

By way of agreeing with you Stefan...  I will confess to rushing through the setup stages at times as well... and once it's in there, there's no way I'm running the installer again.

What I do with my own stuff is have the installer open the help file (.chm) to the license page at the end of the install with no option to skip that step.

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Re: About the commercial use of Pelles C
« Reply #17 on: May 27, 2012, 01:41:35 pm »
I must say that I am guilty of accepting the license without reading carefully, since I use PellesC privately.
I know - I often do the same. All the programmers I know are not great "license-readers"...  ;)

I'm just saying that since there is a page in the Setup for a license, it seemed like a good place to put the license (well, duh!). This was a long time ago, I will see if I can do better now on Smorgasbordet... (I will have to do some thinking first...)

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