Licence/proper use of code etc Pythonista built in code like dialogs.py
@omz, I have no idea about the new age idea of software Licences such as gnu etc...
But this question is very specific to Pythonista.
If I go in and copy portions of your code, example the dialogs.py.
First, is it ok to do that?
Secondly If it's ok, do I need to put a specific string at the top of my module?
But at the moment I am copying portions of your code. I would like to do it the right way! If I am suppose to at all.
No problem, as far as I'm concerned, you can do pretty much what you want with the included sample code and my custom modules (for third-party modules, different licenses may apply of course).
It might make it easier for others to understand your code if you include a short note about the origins of the different parts though.
@omz , 0k thanks. I normally try to mention something. Example if I copy a function from stackflow answer. I don't mention the author, I just say I copied from stackflow. I will do my best, but gets more difficult when modifying the code. But maybe just I can just say portions copied and modified from x.
Will probably take me 2 years , but I am going to improve on your dialogs.py 😛😈💋
Lol, following your style about controllers, contentview etc, but I hope to make it more flexible with cells. But trying is the operative word. I will not bet my house on it just now 😭