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jacob navia
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      10-03-2011
Le 03/10/11 09:23, Nick Keighley a écrit :
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> no it's the same. Its just Microsoft don't advertise their product on
> clc.


But you did NOT complain to the anonymous "NOOB" that proposed the
Microsoft compiler.

Nothing, nada.

It is only when I propose my software that that you
(and kiki) will try to get rid of this "vendor", as you treat me.

You aren't an insult worth Mr keighley
 
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      10-03-2011
On Oct 3, 1:33*pm, jacob navia <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Le 03/10/11 09:23, Nick Keighley a crit :
>
>
>
> > no it's the same. Its just Microsoft don't advertise their product on
> > clc.

>
> But you did NOT complain to the anonymous "NOOB" that proposed the
> Microsoft compiler.
>
> Nothing, nada.
>
> It is only when I propose my software that that you
> (and kiki) will try to get rid of this "vendor", as you treat me.
>
> You aren't an insult worth Mr keighley


I just tried installing lcc-win64 in my Windows & x64. However, when I
tried opening it, it showed me an error that it can't find a
compiler.

Anoop
 
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jacob navia
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      10-03-2011
Le 03/10/11 18:29, AK a écrit :
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> I just tried installing lcc-win64 in my Windows& x64. However, when I
> tried opening it, it showed me an error that it can't find a
> compiler.
>
> Anoop


You have to install the 32 bit version first.

I have to fix that, but I do not have a lot of time right now.
 
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      10-03-2011
On Mon, 03 Oct 2011 08:49:50 +0200, jacob navia <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>Le 03/10/11 07:42, Robert Wessel a écrit :
>>
>>
>> As I understand your licensing, it's *not*. The VS Express products
>> are free for commercial use, while yours are not.

>
>The problem is that you suppose a different license for express products
>than for MSDN products. I searhed that site and could NOT find any
>OTHER license as the MSDN license. Could you please send me a pointer
>to that famous "express" license? Where is it?
>


The Express licence is contained in the express archive as delivered
and is called "license.txt" in that package under each of the
languages included in VS2010 Express.

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      10-05-2011
jacob navia writes:
> Le 03/10/11 18:29, AK a écrit :
>>
>> I just tried installing lcc-win64 in my Windows& x64. However, when I
>> tried opening it, it showed me an error that it can't find a compiler.
>>
>> Anoop

>
> You have to install the 32 bit version first.
>
> I have to fix that, but I do not have a lot of time right now.


Great. And for this "high quality" software, we find :
Schools and Universities pay a license fee when they use my
compiler for a class. Companies pay a license when they use
my compiler for business.

Great.

Microsoft make a free compiler, it will be guaranteed to work well on
Windows because Microsoft also make Windows. You want people to pay money
for an inferior product? This is outrageous!

Other people recommend Microsoft's product because of its excellence.

You recommend your own product as a shrewd vendor that uses this
newsgroup as a free advertising.
 
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      10-05-2011
Le 05/10/11 21:22, tea strainer a écrit :
> jacob navia writes:
>> Le 03/10/11 18:29, AK a écrit :
>>>
>>> I just tried installing lcc-win64 in my Windows& x64. However, when I
>>> tried opening it, it showed me an error that it can't find a compiler.
>>>
>>> Anoop

>>
>> You have to install the 32 bit version first.
>>
>> I have to fix that, but I do not have a lot of time right now.

>
> Great. And for this "high quality" software, we find :
> Schools and Universities pay a license fee when they use my
> compiler for a class. Companies pay a license when they use
> my compiler for business.
>
> Great.
>


Yes, my compiler is great! Thank you


> Microsoft make a free compiler,



From the "free" compiler license we can read:

b. Trial Edition. The initial installation of the software is a
trial edition. You may convert your trial rights at any time by
obtaining a product key from Microsoft. The trial software will
present conversion options to you thirty (30) days after you install
the trial software. After the expiration of the 30-day trial period,
without conversion, the trial software will stop running.

> it will be guaranteed to work well on
> Windows because Microsoft also make Windows. You want people to pay money
> for an inferior product? This is outrageous!
>


I do not "want" anything. People buy my products because theu fit their
needs. For all customers I propose a maintenance contract. I have no
obligations to people that did NOT buy a maintenance contract but in
most cases I do fix the problems. I have at the moment no time to fix
the problem of the 64 bit edition. I will fix it as soon as I have some
time.

> Other people recommend Microsoft's product because of its excellence.
>


Sure. If they buy Microsoft it is because they like Microsoft. If they
buy lcc-win it is because theylike lcc-win. It is a free market. If you
do not like my product, anonymous coward, just do not buy it.

> You recommend your own product as a shrewd vendor that uses this
> newsgroup as a free advertising.


Sure. Put me in your killfile and be done with it kiki...


 
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      10-05-2011
"jacob navia" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Le 05/10/11 21:22, tea strainer a écrit :

[...]
>> Microsoft make a free compiler,

>
>
> From the "free" compiler license we can read:
>
> b. Trial Edition. The initial installation of the software is a
> trial edition. You may convert your trial rights at any time by
> obtaining a product key from Microsoft. The trial software will
> present conversion options to you thirty (30) days after you install
> the trial software. After the expiration of the 30-day trial period,
> without conversion, the trial software will stop running.


They don't charge you for a product key.

[...]


 
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      10-05-2011
Le 05/10/11 22:17, James a écrit :
> "jacob navia"<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:j6idf3$jfs$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Le 05/10/11 21:22, tea strainer a écrit :

> [...]
>>> Microsoft make a free compiler,

>>
>>
>> From the "free" compiler license we can read:
>>
>> b. Trial Edition. The initial installation of the software is a
>> trial edition. You may convert your trial rights at any time by
>> obtaining a product key from Microsoft. The trial software will
>> present conversion options to you thirty (30) days after you install
>> the trial software. After the expiration of the 30-day trial period,
>> without conversion, the trial software will stop running.

>
> They don't charge you for a product key.
>
> [...]
>
>


Didn't know. Never bought that. In any case, if you think
that that compiler is better go ahead. My compiler provides C99
what is the reason many people buy it.


 
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      10-05-2011
On Wed, 05 Oct 2011 22:08:06 +0200, jacob navia <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>> Microsoft make a free compiler,

>
>
> From the "free" compiler license we can read:
>
>b. Trial Edition. The initial installation of the software is a
>trial edition. You may convert your trial rights at any time by
>obtaining a product key from Microsoft. The trial software will
>present conversion options to you thirty (30) days after you install
>the trial software. After the expiration of the 30-day trial period,
>without conversion, the trial software will stop running.
>


The registration of the product key is also free.
 
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      10-06-2011
On Oct 6, 1:17*am, "James" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> "jacob navia" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>
> news:j6idf3$jfs$(E-Mail Removed)...
>
> > Le 05/10/11 21:22, tea strainer a écrit :

> [...]
> >> Microsoft make a free compiler,

>
> > From the "free" compiler license we can read:

>
> > b. Trial Edition. *The initial installation of the software is a
> > trial edition. You may convert your trial rights at any time by
> > obtaining a product key from Microsoft. *The trial software will
> > present conversion options to you thirty (30) days after you install
> > the trial software. *After the expiration of the 30-day trial period,
> > without conversion, the trial software will stop running.

>
> They don't charge you for a product key.
>
> [...]


Thats right. They just want a valid email address and the windows
genuine advantage check. The fact that they are giving away free
software, even if its limited version is a great improvement over how
things used to be about 5 years ago. Ofcourse to get all the free
stuff, they expect you to buy a genuine windows license, which is not
difficult considering the fact that it comes pre-installed in most PCs
that you buy. It is very difficult these days to find a PC to buy
which does not come with the pre-installed windows.

Anoop
 
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