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dcopeto

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Date of registration: Jan 9th 2013

Posts: 13

Location: Germany

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Monday, February 11th 2013, 3:14pm

Simulation of emWin using MS Visual Studio Express is considered a commercial use?

Hi,

I would like to use the simulation possibility of emWin with MS Visual Studio Express but I'm unsure if it's possible with the free version. Does anyone know if the simulation is considered a commercial use of the program?

Thanks,
David

Date of registration: May 26th 2009

Posts: 1,022

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 9:15am

Hello David,

There should be a text file "license.txt" in the package you downloaded from segger.com. If you still require more information on how emWin can be licensed, please write an e-mail to info@segger.com.

Thank you.

Best regards,
Adrian

dcopeto

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Date of registration: Jan 9th 2013

Posts: 13

Location: Germany

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013, 9:40am

Hello Adrian,

I am already a licensed and paying user of SEGGER emWin software. My question is if the creation of executables using the simulation package provided by SEGGER with MS Visual C++ is considered commercial use (of MS Visual C++) ?

I'm asking because MS Visual C++ is free for non-commercial use.

BTW, is there any free compiler that can be used to create emWin simulations?

Thanks,
David

dcopeto

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Date of registration: Jan 9th 2013

Posts: 13

Location: Germany

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Thursday, February 14th 2013, 10:35am

Solved! :)

One can do emWin simulations using for example Code::Blocks + GNU GCC. CB can open MS Visual C++ projects and GCC can be easily installed on Windows using MinGW.

Just for reference, I'll leave the links:
MinGW
http://www.mingw.org/wiki/Getting_Started
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/fi…mingw-get-inst/

Code::Blocks
http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads

Greetings,
David

Date of registration: May 26th 2009

Posts: 1,022

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Friday, February 15th 2013, 1:22pm

Hello David,

Please be aware of the fact, that we already provide emWin Trial software on our website which includes a ready-to-use MinGW project:

SEGGER - emWin Downloads

Best regards,
Adrian

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