Re: SSH v2 License --- much less free than v1
>>>>> "Marcus" == Marcus Brinkmann <Marcus.Brinkmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de> writes:
>> What if you use a non-US-located computer via remote access
>> from your US-located terminal for programming cryptographic
>> software? Does this fall under the export restrictions?
Marcus> This is interesting. Well, the lines you type on your
Marcus> keyboard are transmitted (=exported) to another country,
Marcus> aren't they?
This issue isn't code: this issue is Technical Assistance & Knowledge
Transfer (both of which are declared illegal under ETAR).
Perl is really designed more for the guys that will hack Perl at least
20 minutes a day for the rest of their career. TCL/Python is more a
"20 minutes a week", and VB is probably in that "20 minutes a month"
group. :) -- Randal Schwartz