I’ve installed and updated several custom modules…first time I’ve seen this.
it just means there are no tems, its only really relevant if you try to sell/share you modules
Obey the terms and you shouldn’t have a problem.
Got that, thanks. Just curious why I’m seeing it now after installing and upgrading my modules multiple times. Maybe its just a cute reminder.
The text itself isn’t from our code.
But I would expect you to see the license agreement when you first install a module and if you reinstall a module (or upgrade a module) and the terms have changed since you last agreed to them. We save a CRC of the terms you agreed to in the internal database – if the new CRC doesn’t match we make you re-accept.
Thank you Kathy. If the text isn’t from your code then where could it be coming from? I’m modifying the Perspective SDK example, trying to add a component, perhaps I did something in my code to prompt that.
It’s from the example code: ignition-sdk-examples/license.html at master · inductiveautomation/ignition-sdk-examples · GitHub
Change it to whatever you want, it’s your module.
Guess I should fix the grammar then.
Naw. It should look lame if the developer forgets to make a proper T&C’s document.
Haha I totally agree. It’s funny how it
is at the moment was
We could always go with the classics:
All your ~base~ terms are belong to us
Maybe someone else should correct the grammar