omega66 wrote:It seams LISP doesn't offer proper tools to secure a LISP project.
omega66 wrote:Thank you, Ramarren . But to be honest, I didn't understand a word you've said. It seams LISP doesn't offer proper tools to secure a LISP project. Right?
omega66 wrote:How about if I was to use an instalation program, that would make a sertain note in the WIN registry at instalation time, which could casue the app to act as a trial? Can LIPS use the system registry in this way? Would this be doable?
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