[ros-dev] Bye bye
aleksey at studiocerebral.com
Wed Jan 18 23:26:50 CET 2006
I agree 200% on this.
It is perfect solution for this kind of problems.
Though one detail I already discussed a little on irc - what is
INFORMATION gained from disassembly? E.g. is some constant value an
information which can be used in the code, even if it isn't
documented or it's part of the code and thus needs to be "reinvented"?
On Jan 19, 2006, at 1:06 AM, Casper Hornstrup wrote:
> You MAY use the INFORMATION to implement the same functionality in
> You MAY NOT copy (and I'm talking about copy/pasting here) the
> work/implementation. This can be hard to do since one may think,
> why would I
> want to spend hours thinking up a new implementation when I've got a
> perfectly good one right in front of me? So to avoid this pitfall
> it is best
> to describe the functionality in plain English and let another
> implement the functionality using only the English text. A lot of
> work, but
> this is exactly why we have copyright. Microsoft did spend even
> more effort
> on the original implementation.
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