Richard Lyman wrote:
> I guess it would be harder if you didn't have a windows os.
> 
> If you _did_ have some win32 os, then it would be trivial since you
> could just install it from the download, and open the resulting EXE in
> a text editor. If you search for 'require', you'll eventually find the
> section with the code in plain text format (it's preceeded by a bunch
> of junk - non-plain text).
> 
> So the EXE has the source code in plain text... but like I said in the
> beginning, it'd be kinda hard to get at it if you didn't have access
> to a windows box.
> 
> I wonder if there is a tool for *nix os that unpacks a NSIS generated
> installer... there probably is, but I haven't looked around.
> 
> -Rich

So. :) That said: would it be possible for you to distribute the source 
code as a separate package? Or are you distributing this as a closed 
source project? (If so, what are your reasons? Just curious--it is your 
code, after all, and you have the right to decide what happens to it...)

- Jamis

> 
> 
> On Fri, 3 Sep 2004 05:38:48 +0900, Jamis Buck <jgb3 / email.byu.edu> wrote:
> 
>>Richard Lyman wrote:
>>
>>>It could, but you'd have to have SQLite and FOX and FXRuby installed,
>>>and then extract the source from the executable... I think it'd work
>>>then.
>>
>>Any chance you could provide the source code as a separate package? It's
>>not a trivial task to extract the source code from the executable...
>>
>>- Jamis
>>
>>
>>>-Rich
>>>
>>>
>>>On Fri, 3 Sep 2004 05:26:14 +0900, vruz <horacio.lopez / gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Does it run in platforms other than Windows ?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>.
>>>
>>
>>--
>>Jamis Buck
>>jgb3 / email.byu.edu
>>http://www.jamisbuck.org/jamis
>>
>>"I use octal until I get to 8, and then I switch to decimal."
>>
>>
> 
> 
> .
> 


-- 
Jamis Buck
jgb3 / email.byu.edu
http://www.jamisbuck.org/jamis

"I use octal until I get to 8, and then I switch to decimal."