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Re: fantc - off-line version 1.5 :-)
Original poster: "C. Sibley" <a37chevy@xxxxxxxxx>
I have to agree with you on this one. FANTC is
clearly copyrighted. Just because you offer it "free
for use" on your web page does not mean that it can be
taken, modified and distributed by someone else.
I've been using your tools for a long time now and
greatly appreciate the services you provide. I'll
have to admit that I have secretly wished for a PC
version, but would never consider downloading an
I hope that you will continue with your work and will
continue to allow the community access to your great
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson"
> It is one thing to ask for a pc version (which I
> have never had a problem providing anyone and
> have on many occasions), but quite another to
> just take and offer up a pc version without at
> least having the respect to ask. I guess trust
> and respect is no longer a valid assumption among
> list members.
> Coil Calculator written by Jerry Gore in 1997, I
> first "asked him". The only reason I hosted it
> was that Jerry was no longer working on it and
> the website went down. I later became interested
> in doing something similar but for a full TC
> design approach. I left Jerry's original
> calculator in tact and created a "new" program,
> Javatc. Fantc came after Javatc version 9.1 followed
> by Javatc version 10.
> When there are updates required, there are
> usually 3 separate programs requiring the same
> update. This was often a lengthy process as they
> were all written at different times and for
> different purposes. Thus, it was difficult to
> offer a pc version without further complicating
> the update (frequent updates early on). I guess
> now that changes have settled down, it's not as
> difficult, and I could throw up pc versions for
> Tesla list wrote:
> >Original poster: "Dmitry (father dest)"
> >at last i found some time to do it :-D
> >it`s fully functional (with help sections) version
> with NO dumb inet
> >connection requirement - you need download it just
> once. "please
> >report any bugs" to me :-)))
> >"Copyright © 2006 by Barton B. Anderson
> >Last Update Wednesday, November 2, 2005, at 10:05
> >he-he - one jump ahead? :-)))
> >Happy coiling, unlimited electricity, basic food
> and requisite sleep.
> >21-06-1996 (c) Robert W. Stephens
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