> I never said that obfuscating the code is a requirement for all people.
> I'd like to know where I said that. It's easy to make me sound like an
> idiot or worse when you put words in my mouth.  I said that for some
> people it is. BIG difference.

That was not how I understood what you wrote.

You wrote:
> without the Encoder the entire *possibility* of "seriously proprietary
> kickass scripts" that people distribute and sell is out of the question.

"out of the question" does not imply this "some people" idea.  The above
says that if you wish to seriously write proprietary php, you must buy the
Encoder.  My simple point is that there are other ways to approach the


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