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Subject AW: IDEA for free!?
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2005 07:07:51 GMT
Another thing. You are only allowed to use the software for one year.
  Upon Your acceptance of this License Agreement (the "Agreement"),
JetBrains grants to You a 
  non-exclusive and non-transferable 1-year license to use the Software,
provided that You 
  agree to the following ...


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Von: Dominique Devienne []
Gesendet am: Dienstag, 8. Februar 2005 23:38
An: Ant Developers List
Betreff: FYI: IDEA for free!?

JetBrains offers free IntelliJ IDEA licenses
By ADT Staff
JetBrains will announce this week that it will offer open-source 
developers no-cost user licenses for its IntelliJ IDEA integrated 
development environment for Java.  The company says the offer is open 
to developers of "qualifying open-source projects," without really 
specifying what that means, other than saying the project must be 
recognized by the open-source community.
Developers taking part in the JetBrains initiative will be able to use 
JetBrains' tools with everything they need in one intelligent IDE, 
dramatically improving their productivity and quality of code, the 
company says. JetBrains will also provide support.
Licenses will be valid for one year and will apply to all product 
upgrades during that period, with annual renewals required for 
continued use. More details on the qualification process are available 

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