Ernest et al:
Sorry for the confusion on my part - which is why I included all of the email lists.
However, at one time (unless I have a really faulty memory chip) programmers outside of
the USA used to complain because they could not get the source code (and sometimes the
binary) because of the BATF regulations that considered computer source code as some kind
Also, I personally did have to pay $100 for the source code way back when (about 2001 or
2002) unless I just wanted the binary version. But, I have been allowed to download all
of the upgrades since that time for free.
However, thanks for clarifying today's pricing options and showing that Jess is
available world-wide, even with source. That's great news! Thanks,
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On Jan 2, 2011, at 5:45 PM, Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:
Jess is available under one of four main licensing agreements. Three of these options are
available worldwide -- it is not true that Jess is unavailable outside the US. Source code
is indeed available as part of many agreements, but in no case is it specifically
available for $100.