On 22 April 2014 00:45, ketmar via Digitalmars-d-announce <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >>> btw, what is the license for your code? >> >> I don't really care. Refer to it as much as you like. > > so maybe you will add license to sources? WTFPL, for example, which > basically means "public domain". the thing is that sources without license > are proprietary, and nobody except the author can do anything with that.
Yeah I know, I just never expected anyone else to take interest. I'm often torn between gpl and bsd/zlib. If something's open source with no commercial intent, is there good reason not to use gpl? How hard is it to change later? >> It might be fun to collaborate if you're interested...? > > i'm actually know only one vintage computer: ZX Spectrum. and sadly i have > not much time now. but this surely will be fun, so i hope that i will be > able at least help a little here and there. %-) I've written a spectrum emulator. Good fun. It could play games from cassette tape attached to the audio-in port ;) > p.s. zymosis was written a long time ago in C, when i realized that there is > NO Z80 emulator which is: > 1. accurate. > 2. does not need alot of tables to generate 400kb of shitty source code. > 3. written by me. %-) Yeah, I understand point 3. It's a good exercise to write an emulator, so a lot of people reinvent that wheel for the experience alone :)