3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 3, 2008 7:29 AM by matt_chotin

    Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution

    Level 1
      If I wanted to distribute the Flex SDK as part of a product solution, what type of license restrictions apply? No changes were made to the SDK itself. It would just be used for compiling MXML/ActionScript at run-time. The Open-source SDK would suite the need, if required.
      Thanks!
        • 1. Re: Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution
          ChivertonT Level 2
          On Wednesday 03 Dec 2008, michael faith wrote:
          > If I wanted to distribute the Flex SDK as part of a product solution, what
          > type of license restrictions apply? No changes were made to the SDK itself.
          > It would just be used for compiling MXML/ActionScript at run-time. The
          > Open-source SDK would suite the need, if required. Thanks!

          Check the wiki and archives, this came up just last week.

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          Tom Chiverton



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          • 2. Re: Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution
            Level 1
            I was unable to find a post that had the same situation completely. I saw a post regarding GPL with MPL, but nothing mentioning the release of a commercial product with the SDK as part of the solution. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
            • 3. Re: Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution
              matt_chotin Level 3
              http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/flexsdk/Legal+Stuff<br /><br />We can provide a redistribution agreement for the full SDK or you can use the open source one without issue.<br /><br /><br />On 12/3/08 4:06 PM, "michael faith" <member@adobeforums.com> wrote:<br /><br />A new message was posted by michael faith in<br /><br />General Discussion --<br />  Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution<br /><br />I was unable to find a post that had the same situation completely.  I saw a post regarding GPL with MPL, but nothing mentioning the release of a commercial product with the SDK as part of the solution.  Any advice would be greatly appreciated.<br /><br />________________________________<br />View/reply at Legal implications of Flex SDK re-distribution <a href=http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?13@@.59b72bc1/1><br />Replies by email are OK.<br />Use the unsubscribe <a href=http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?280@@.59b72bc1!folder=.3c060fa1>  form to cancel your email subscription.