Xceed Software License Agreement

* SOFTWARE PRODUCT. You may install and use an unlimited number of copies of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT on computers, including workstations, terminals, or other digital electronic devices located on your premises (“Computers”), to use your software application(s) (“Application”) for use with any version or edition of Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, and/or any version or edition of a Microsoft Operating System Product, which is a successor, to be designed, developed, and tested. the foregoing and/or a suite of Microsoft products containing one of the above products (each, a “Microsoft Operating System Product”). Unfortunately, it`s anything but that and Xceed is no longer a company I can pay for or work with, nor is it something I can actively support with one of my clients, as I have fortunately been over the past decade. Because how do I know if we`ve committed to a paid version, you wouldn`t suddenly say, “I know you paid for this, but we feel like since you`ve really succeeded, we can now charge you a fee per install instead of a one-time fee.” You have already changed your license under our agreement. 3.3 Open Source Software. The software may contain open source software components. For more information, please see www.crestron.com/legal/open_source_software. Crestron disclaims all ownership rights in these open source software components.

This license constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the work licensed herein. There are no agreements, understandings or representations with respect to the Work that are not specified herein. The author is not bound by any additional terms that may appear in a notice from you. This license may not be modified without the mutual written consent of the author and yourself. (C) If you distribute any portion of the Software, you must retain all copyright, patent, trademark, and attribution notices contained in the Software. A “Contributor” is any person who distributes their Submission under this License. Hello, I am sending your comments to management. In the meantime, v3.8 could be released with the same license. Thank you All the risk in terms of quality and performance of the covered code belongs to you. If any covered code is found to be defective in any respect, you (and not the original developer or any other contributor) will bear the cost of the necessary maintenance, repair, or correction. This disclaimer of warranties is an integral part of this license.

Use of the Covered Code is not permitted under this section except under this disclaimer. Butcher, I understand that your company thinks that if we use it in commercial software, we should pay, but what you don`t understand are two things. 4. If you insert Windows-specific code (or a derivative thereof) from the application directory (application code), you will need to add a confirmation: “This product contains software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)”. Hello, the most important thing is that you (or any other developer or company) do NOT make money with the toolkit. Licensing/sublicensing/renting makes money: you can`t do it. But you can create an open source project that is not commercial. It`s something like the toolkit on GitHub: an open source project that`s free to use. but not commercial. As a startup or small business, it`s not that easy to get started with Xceed now.

I think others (like Syncfusion) do better with a small business license for free. 1. The modified work must itself be a software library. This Community License Agreement (the “Agreement”) is a legally favorable agreement between you (“Licensee”) and Xceed Software, Inc. (“Xceed”). Licensee wishes to use the “Xceed Extended WPF Toolkit ™” (the “Software”), an Xceed product, for “non-commercial use”. .

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