grante at visi.com
Mon Aug 16 02:25:26 CEST 2004
On 2004-08-15, Roger Binns <rogerb at rogerbinns.com> wrote:
> Calvin wrote:
>> Sorry I should have said I'm new to programming let alone Python. I
>> wish to know whether Python is secure as an exe for a commercial
> Yes. Anyone who recovers your "code" and/or uses it will be in
> violation of copyright
I don't see how decompiling is a copyright violation. If I buy
a copy of a book, I'm pretty sure I can translate it into
another language if I want to form my own use.
Unless the license under which use of the program was granted
forbade de-compiling and reverse-engineering, I don't see why
decompiling is illegal. In some places (Europe?)
reverse-engineering is explicitly allowed by law.
> and several other laws.
What other laws?
> That is legal protection no matter what languages or
> combination of languages you use.
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