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A legal question - Do AutoIt applications breach any part of the MS license?

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Whale

Aside from being able to sue anybody for anything, could they find any legal grounds?

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evilelf

then there u go yes they would hate u and maybe take legal actions


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Whale

OK, let's say I have to take this to a software lawyer... Can you tell me why it should be legal..? for example, MS provides the Windows Script Host to host scripts like AutoIt.

What other applications or languages or tool kits or whatever does MS find acceptable, which have the same function as AutoIt.. ?

Thanks for any help you can provide. It will save me from having a lawyer bill me for research.

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BigDod

I am pretty sure that AutoIt is legal but if you were to use it to do something illegal it is you who would be taken to court not AutoIt.



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AzKay

I dont get it, Couldnt C and junk be sued then? seeing as they use MS? OooO


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Snarg

If there is going to be any suing going on, I'm jumping on the Java bandwagon. Being multi-platform and all, there is some serious cash to be made...


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Paulie

Can you tell me why it should be legal..?

Can you tell us what it does? Your answer to that will most likely be the same answer to your question.

That fact that you are too ashamed of it to post it doesn't bode well for an outcome of good things.

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