[Haskell-cafe] Software Deployment and Distribution - WAS Re: CUFP
gue.schmidt at web.de
Mon Mar 22 17:43:23 EDT 2010
all right then.
I've written a commercial Desktop application in Haskell for the Win32
The one thing missing is Software Copy Protection, ie. a software
licensing mechanism. When I google for "Software Copy Protection" I get
a lot of results, commercial products themselves, which is fine, but I
can't tell which ones are any good or worth their money.
I've never seriously done C#, VB or whatever people mainly write Win32
apps in, so I don't know any mailing lista or forums where I could ask
this question. This list has pretty much been the only list I used for
more than 2 years now.
I've never seen a similar issued raised here before so I thought the
CUFP mailing list is a better place for this.
Can anybody here recommend a good software for this then? I do not want
to code it myself and would prefer a ready to use solution, it it's not
free that fine too.
Am 22.03.10 22:23, schrieb Erik de Castro Lopo:
> Günther Schmidt wrote:
>> I have some questions that are related to commercial software
>> development (in Haskell) which I don't think fit well on this list.
> Really? This is haskell-cafe. If its even tangentially haskell
> related I'm sure this this list would be fine.
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