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accepted What is the difference between HaXe NME and OpenFL?
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asked What is the difference between HaXe NME and OpenFL?
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accepted Could someone explain HaXe enums?
Sep
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comment Could someone explain HaXe enums?
The problem is that it is hard to grasp without any practical and working example of code. You used analogies with classes, as I can see it - we can able set some values in them, and get those values next. So - how can we set values in enums? And how to get them back (without this special switch mechanic) ?
Sep
20
comment Could someone explain HaXe enums?
I know basic concept of enums, but many constructors and parameters - I just don't know how to bite it. In your example is "case Rgb(r,g,b): (r << 16) | (g << 8) | b;" - what are "r", "g", "b" there? Ok, I can track them to declaration "Rgb( r : Int, g : Int, b : Int );", but when and how they got any values?
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accepted Can SDK license influence an application license?
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asked Could someone explain HaXe enums?
Oct
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asked Can SDK license influence an application license?
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comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
@JoachimSauer Yeah, but it would work for both sides, if someone would use my code in his project, I would be able to use his project and he would have hands tied :) . So license would have legal effects only against someone who would "start a legal war" as first. GPL in large part works that way.
Oct
16
comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
I think that when my software will be done, probably I will use more than one license to choose, taking into account the compatibility issues that, that new kind of license can create. Still I personally think that it is really more "free" concept than GPL (that have some forcing power directed into developer). I think that if someone want to hide his code, then shame on him, but I don't particularly feel that he should be punished by law, because I can imagine situations where not showing a code or its parts can be justified (like security reasons).
Oct
15
comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
Well, I just meant that BSD license does not fulfil my presumptions that I stated before. "If you BSD license your code, and someone uses it for a larger project, you are not the author of the larger project..." GPL doesn't work that way for example :) . If you want to use GPL code, you need to adjust licensing terms of your own code. "just pick a decent licence and write some code." - I know that the license details are often not so important, but I'm just asking :) .
Oct
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Oct
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revised “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
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Oct
15
comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
Well, to prevent "any" legal actions is probably impossible, but I would like to get close to it :) . Prohibiting tivoization, or obligation of publishing source code are the type of things that I don't want, as it may trigger legal action against someone. So it isn't fully free, there is some part of ideology of "rights" to something, and my "ideology" would be - "no rights, and no obligations" in the form of the copyleft (with the exception of attribution).
Oct
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comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
But this is not copyleft. If I didn't clarify this enough - I would like to have copyleft license, so it would be as "viral" as GPL. So if it would be made a part of a bigger project, the whole project would need to be under this license - so developer wouldn't be allowed to start legal actions (as possible) against user regarding the whole project. Basically, something like GPL but without obligations related to source code.
Oct
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comment “Viral” license that only blocks legal actions of user and developer against each other
I was thinking about something like GPL, but without any obligations on source code etc. It doesn't mean that I wouldn't show a source code (quite opposite) but I just doesn't want to make obligation about showing source code of derivative works :) .
Oct
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