I'm a new (wo)man ! I have
the sources !
Yeah, you really have the sources now. But we would
like to ask you 3 things before you start hacking the code:
a) Please don't release any EMIX hacked version before the final 1.0
is out by the beginning of July. It would be a mess having 2 buggy versions
of the code!! So, if you discover a bug until then, please mail me!
b) You can start adding features to EMIX since the source will be completely
free under the GNU public license. You will be able to release your
EMIX versions, but, in ANY WAY, charge for it. But it can be part of
a free software CD, charged only for the material costs.
c) This project is an academical project, our graduation project. It
is not intended to be professional software, so please don't e-mail
bomb us with complaints about the functionality or design of EMIX !
Source code ... Many surises
waiting for me...
Not this time, pal! EMIX is extensively documented, and it won't be
so hard adding new features or modifying old ones. I know we should
earn millions of dollars for having the patience to document a code
AFTER writing it, but we are satisfied just with our graduation...
What do I need to work on the
source code ?
You'll need a copy of Win 95/Win 98 and C++ Builder 3. Please don't
pirate C++ Builder 3. Borland needs money to beat Virusual Studio, and
it's not an expensive product. I haven't tried it in NT Waitstation,
but it should compile fine. 64 Mb of memory and a AMD K6 200+ is preferred.
EMIX v1.0 Beta sources (39 Kb)