Thread: My tut on WinINet...

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    Registered User Queatrix's Avatar
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    I made some fixes, is the licence fine now?

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    Officially An Architect brewbuck's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sang-drax View Post
    If you want more arguments, try to find a book which uses fixed character widths.
    Just because the classic Courier typeface looks like crap doesn't mean all monospace fonts are worthless. Try Letter Gothic for instance.

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    I really think the code should be in the public domain. I mean, will you be personally offended if someone borrows a code snippet without citing you in the docs (or elsewhere)? The actual code there is more likely to be incorporated [rewritten] into something that needs it anyway. It's not like you've used excerpts of a library you created and you're already offering it under another license. If the situation were different, I'd support copyrighting the tutorial and it's derivative works.

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