Charity license with a build in (almost DWIM ) t3d programming language

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by Juuso Hukkanen, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. Language is quite good, if you don't learn the language syntax in 30
    minutes complain and flame.

    t3d(TM) in a nutshell:

    -Languages main documentation is two pages (presented on the last two
    pages of the ChOS license draft).
    http://www.tele3d.com/ChOS/ChOS_beta1.zip

    -C based, bounds checked, garbage collected, with GUI, strongly typed,
    portable, no offtopic areas, multithreaded, C99 included (except its
    avoid/never use this functions), allows programming to be based on
    programmers native language, powerful functions+libs and utilities.

    -Key syntax is based on biochemical models.

    -Can be used for applications, shell scripting and web - programming.

    -Compiler GCC; requires a tailored pre-pre-processor and
    postprocessor, initial GUIs likely by Java; through sockets (/control
    file / shared access memory). More about properties of t3d on
    http://www.tele3d.com/t3d/language.htm

    -Goals: Lots of functions, openBSD-like continuous code checking,
    Apache-like developer dynamics, nature-like evolution, human culture
    like inheritance of methods and practices, antivirus-like updates to
    functions and libraries, easy participation for anyone anytime,
    technical integration to ChOS projects, a programming language for
    lazy dummies.

    -t3d is developed through www.tele3d.com (a.k.a t3d.org). t3d and ChOS
    are a true donation, no tricks, we may put an ad or two on tele3d.com,
    so there is no need to rob anyone otherwise - fair enough?

    <OFFTOPIC = "more">
    -ChOS- license in a nutshell:

    -Like GPL, except that the companies in rich countries need to buy a
    usage permission from a big charity organization. (
    http://www.tele3d.com/ChOS/charity-orgs.htm )

    -Those charity orgs are given by the license a lot of power over all
    licensed material. They can in best/worst case even claim some stuff
    as their own and donate those programs to some poor country's hi-tech
    company.

    -Talks (uncensorable) worldwide about democracy and defines its
    electronic 'hard' currency a.k.a Yellar.

    -Business friendly allows a closed source use for 5 years --> then
    open source under ChOS.

    -Tells t3d to be licensed only under ChOS, and causing all t3d
    programs to be under ChOS i.e. all t3d containing programs are open
    source and a permanent 'Source-Aid' kind of things.

    -Allows charity orgs to start managing 'the show' when they like, puts
    no obligations to them.

    -Suggests building some strangely good software products. see:
    http://www.tele3d.com/ChOS/projects.htm

    -[Key plot:] ChOS license gives the charity organizations a permanent
    right to unconditionally take the t3d related trademarks from Juuso
    Hukkanen. The use of t3d prog.lang trademarks is only permitted within
    ALL ChOS-licensed material. In addition the charity organizations have
    a right to demand annual license payment for the use any(/all)
    material under ChOS license (but only from rich country corporate
    users). Thus obtaining a license is needed for the use of all programs
    made using the t3d.[Think if the same were true for C++ / JavaTM -
    would be a mountain of money to charity]. That is why all the users of
    t3d are respectfully asked to respect the two trademarks ridiculously
    carefully.
    </OFFTOPIC="more">

    Below are some examples of t3d key nomenclature.

    Sci.crypt readers may want to try to cryptoanalyse those mysteries

    if(impossible)
    {
    answers("are on http://www.tele3d.com/t3d/functions.htm");
    }

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_TEXT2HTML

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_HTML2TEXT

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_2RTF

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_2PDF

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_LANGUAGEXXX

    t3d_create_BEEP
    t3d_create_BEEP_HZXXX
    t3d_create_BEEP_HZXXX_DURATIONXXX

    t3d_convert_KEYBOARD_n_DISABLED
    t3d_create_KEYBOARD_n_DISABLED
    t3d_convert_KEYBOARD_n_ENABLED

    t3d_create_PING_IPXXX

    t3d_create_SYSTEM_n_SHUTDOWN

    t3d_create_SYSTEM_n_RESTART

    t3d_create_USER_n_LOGOUT

    t3d_measure_barray_barray_SIMILARITY

    t3d_measure_barray_barray_DIFFERENCE

    t3d_measure_file_Rbarray_OWNER

    t3d_measure_file_SIZE

    t3d_measure_file_DATE_n_CREATION

    t3d_measure_file_DATE_n_MODIFIED

    t3d_measure_file_IS_ACCESS_n_WRITE

    t3d_measure_file_IS_ACCESS_n_READ

    t3d_calculate_file_Rbarray_WHIRLPOOL

    t3d_crypto_barray_Rbarray_ENCRYPT_n_#encmethod_PASSWORDXXX

    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_ENCRYPT_n_#encmethod_PASSWORDXXX

    (#encmethod is eg. one of: AES256, BLOWFISH, TWOFISH, 3DES)

    t3d_crypto_barray_Rbarray_DECRYPT_n_#encmethod_PASSWORDXXX

    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_DECRYPT_n_#encmethod_PASSWORDXXX

    (#encmethod is eg. one of: AES256, BLOWFISH, TWOFISH, 3DES)

    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_HIDE2IMAGE
    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_STEGANOGRAPHY_n_2IMAGE
    t3d_create_file_Rfile_STEGANOGRAPY
    t3d_create_file_Rfile_STEGANOGRAPHIC_n_IMAGE

    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_EXTRACT_HIDDEN_n_FROM_IMAGE
    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_UNHIDE_n_STEGANOGRAPHIC_IMAGE
    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_REVEAL_STEGANOGRAPHIC_n_FROM_IMAGE

    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_HIDE2SOUND

    /* Next one is difficult to decrypt (hint: It is a riddle, wrapped in
    a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key)*/

    t3d_ai_file_Rfile_CRYPTOANALYSE_SECONDSXXX
    t3d_crypto_file_Rfile_CRYPTOANALYSE_SECONDSXXX

    /*Ok, Probably some still say that XYZ language, with its */
    /* megahype-object-template feature, is better and more */
    /* cabable for doing tasks such as: */

    t3d_convert_file_Rfile_2SWEDISH

    t3d_convert_barray_barray_text2SPEECH

    If you become interested about the t3d progamming language and / or
    the ChOS license, please visit our web site for more information.

    Sorry - if this post appeared arrogant, but presenting the t3d key
    features - is presentig its qualities in comparization to other
    languages.

    Kind Regards
    Juuso Hukkanen and Markku Sukanen
    www.tele3d.com

    (to reply by e-mail set addresses month and year to correct)
    "t3d programming language" and the structure of t3d function prototype
    are trademarks of Juuso Hukkanen.
     
    Juuso Hukkanen, Oct 6, 2005
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  2. "(Mein Gott), title should read ANN: Charity license with a build in
    (almost DWIM ) t3d programming language
     
    Juuso Hukkanen, Oct 6, 2005
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  3. Juuso Hukkanen

    Alan Balmer Guest

    On Thu, 06 Oct 2005 14:55:45 +0300, Juuso Hukkanen
    <> wrote:

    ><OFFTOPIC = "more">


    Does that mean that what follows is even more off-topic than what came
    before?

    Your post has nothing to do with the standard C language, afaict.
    --
    Al Balmer
    Balmer Consulting
     
    Alan Balmer, Oct 6, 2005
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