gustin at echostar.ca
Sun Feb 1 21:20:14 GMT 2009
> Eric Hedekar wrote:
>> Cool! But I've got a couple questions:
> Thanks :-)
>> 1) On line 69 of wineasioinstaller, wget is used but you've made no
>> attempt to install wget on line 57 - that's not really a question,
>> just a correction.
> Doesnt Ubuntustudio come with wget ?
When writing a program, it is a good habit to get into to assume nothing :)
>> 2) What license is your program under? There's no copyright
>> information anywhere in the tarball.
> I havent yet looked into all the quirks about license, but it's free to
> use and modify, so I gues that makes it GPL ? but as you pointed out,
> the asio header from Steinberg is another story.
The licence is whatever you specify. There is no default licence.
Look at the fsf site for more info:
>> 3) In the Wineasio installation instructions it says: Copy the file
>> asio.h from Steinberg's asio-sdk to the wineasio directory
>> How do you get around the inclusion of this file, or is that what's
>> being gotten from:
>> http://www.sandgreen.dk/xt2/files/wineasio_0.7.4/wineasio.dll.so ? I
>> hope this isn't breaking any of Steinberg's license terms - is it?
> Its only the source that is forbidden to distribute, and to my
> knowledge, it is ok to distribute it in binary form, thats why I use a
> precompiled dll from my own site.
No idea on this one. I don't use wineasio, I am not a lawyer, and I
have never looked at the Steinberg licence. :)
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