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Re: Looperlative Too Expensive?
Reverse engineering software is often harder than writing it from
scratch -- unlike hardware, where you can see everything, you only get
to see the compiled result in software, where a lot of the explanation
has been thrown away.
On 1/31/06, Kevin <email@example.com> wrote:
> >From: Tom Ritchford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >As I said, if Behringer copied the Looperlative's software, it would
> >be a copyright violation. There isn't much preventing them from
> >copying the hardware except conceivably patents.
> There's not much preventing Behringer from copying the necessary
> subset of ideas in the Looperlative software, Tom. Behringer doesn't
> have to copy the software bit-by-bit.
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