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Where is the source code?
Last Post 27 Mar 2017 09:25 AM by Carol Macumber. 1 Replies.
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22 Aug 2016 11:14 AM
    I just downloaded the latest Linux package, and the license file indicates this project is released under the Apache 2.0 Open Source license. However, I haven't been able to find any links to where the latest software source can be found.

    We found the SourceForge repository (apelon-dts.sourceforge.net/) but that site hasn't been updated since DTS 3.5.2, and there doesn't appear to be any source code there either, just pre-built binaries.

    While I applaud Apelon for making this tool available to the public, I hardly think it should be called an Open Source project if the source code isn't available for others to build their own versions, or fix any bugs or issues they have with the code.
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    27 Mar 2017 09:25 AM
    Hello Tim

    Apologies for the very delayed response. Somehow we missed this forum posting!

    The source code is posted with each new DTS Release in the Software Download section. For the latest, you can find the source code here; http://www.apelondts.org/Downloads/...fault.aspx

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