[fpc-pascal] Re: Pathscale: alternative debugger on Linux?
el.es.cr at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 13:51:40 CET 2012
On 11/11/2012 08:48, Reinier Olislagers wrote:
> On 11-11-2012 6:55, microcode at zoho.com wrote:
>> On Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 07:57:09PM +0100, Jonas Maebe wrote: > > On 10
>> Nov 2012, at 19:38, microcode at zoho.com wrote: > > > On Sat, Nov 10, 2012
>> at 06:20:29PM +0100, Reinier Olislagers wrote: > >> Has anybody tried
>> the Pathscale debugger on Linux x64/FreeBSD? > >> > >> I haven't myself,
>> just heard that they open sourced their compiler suite. > >> > >> A
>> download page seems to be here: > >>
>> http://www.pathscale.com/ekopath-compiler-suite > > > > "Starting at
>> $1795" > > That's if you want a supported official release. The page
>> linked above > offers a free download of a nightly snapshot.
>> I saw that, but I did not understand whether the license agreement
>> linked off the main page (177K PDF) also applies to the nightly release.
>> That license agreement seems to say you can only use it for 20 days.
>> Until they come out and say it, I have to ASSume there isn't any version
> "I saw that... do not understand license...looks like sales trial...assume"
> Well, actually you will get a clear license text when running the
> installer. It seems you get a license valid until termination by either
> - you with a 20 day notice period
> - by Pathscale if you're in breach of contract.
> No trial.
> For fun(!?) I also skimmed the PDF license agreeement on their site 
> which seemed very similar (may be the same) to the license given by the
> So I'm glad they generously offer this.
> 5.1.Term. This License will take effect as of the Effective date, and
> will remain in effect until terminated (i) by Customer with or without
> cause, upon twenty (20) days written notice to Pathscale, or (ii) by
> Pathscale upon written notice to Customer in the event Customer is in
> material breach of this License and will have failed to cure such breach
> within thirty (30) days of receipt of written notice thereof from Pathscale.
See in that file, article 3.1 and 3.2. In short, Pathscale's portions cannot
be used however you want.
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