[Mono-dev] Keep-alive connection with Remoting?
robertj at gmx.net
Tue Aug 8 16:06:53 EDT 2006
> However, in case you're interested, now I am investigating this one
> (which I haven't managed to make it work yet but I suspect the reason
> is that I am running it with 2.0 Framework and I should use 1.1 or
> update the sources...):
The MS.NET 2.0 remoting stack is pretty the same as in 1.0.
Does the sample work in MS.NET?
Nice! That's a really smart solution.
> The only things I haven't clarified yet is the license of the code (I
> don't find it, although the fact of being published at codeproject
> smells that it's LGPL-like or at least GPL-like) and the scalability
> which I could support with this method. Hopefully I will post here
> my results if I go further, in case anyone would be interested.
Here's what I found:
If you post to CodeProject then you retain copyright of your article and
code. You also give CodeProject permission to use it in a fair manner
and also permit other developers to use the sourcecode associated with
your articles in their own applications as long as they do not remove
your copyright notices or try and take credit for your work.
I don't understand the "or try and take credit for your work." part.
It's probably better to contact the author for a true OSS license.
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