Quote: "This Agreement is effective until you terminate it by destroying the Software and its documentation together with all copies. It will also terminate if you fail to abide by its terms. Upon termination you agree to destroy all copies of the Software and its documentation including any Software stored on the hard disk of any computer under your control."
Do I smell a loop hole?
I mean, from my ( limited ) understanding of that passage, I can make a "freeware" game, then simply "destroy" all reminents of DarkSDK, and then start charging for the afore mentioned "freeware" game...?
Quote: "5.2 The Owner warrants that during the Warranty Period the Software will perform substantially in accordance with its accompanying documentation (including the Readme file contained on this CD-ROM) which may include documentation posted on the Owner’s Internet site at www.thegamecreators.com (provided always that the Software is properly used on the computer and with the operating system for which it was designed) and that the documentation correctly describes the operation of the Software in all material respects. If the Owner is notified of material failures of the Software to comply with the above warranty during the Warranty Period it will use its reasonable endeavours to correct the Software or its documentation within a reasonable time so that it complies with the above warranty or (at its option) to procure or authorise a refund (against return of the Software and its documentation)."
Does that roughly translate into;
If, within the "warranty period" DarkSDK is defunctional in some way, when it shouldn't be ( provided it has been set-up and used right ), then, resources permitting, you have to try to fix it?
If so, I like that
One last thing,
Will updates be free for the DarkSDK, and if I were to purchase it now, taking advantage of the 20% discount I can receive, but not use it untill Dev-C++ support is out, will I have to pay anything extra to have it work with Dev-C++?
[EDIT] No 20% discount for Jess
I bought DBP from another place, not TGC.
...I could get proof of purchase for that, will that be enough? Don't suppose so...
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