29. September 2008 16:44
It is pretty cool when your code can tell when your code can tell when Israel ends its apartheid, must be a hard-core driver... (I am not taking any stance on Israel here or claiming its polices are or are not an 'apartheid') From http://sebastianbrux.de/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/readme.txt: GlovePIE is Copyright 2007 by Carl Kenner, except for the scripts by other authors. By using this software you agree to obey the following license conditions: * Playball Technology, Inc has exclusive rights to use this software for making money from commercial baseball simulations. However other people are free to make money from this program for non-baseball related things. * You may not use this software directly or indirectly for any military purpose. This includes, but is not limited to, training, research and development, controlling military hardware, directing military personnel, or troop entertainment. You may not use this software anywhere on a military base or vessel. This applies to all versions of PIE. You may also not use it for playing “games” produced by the military to recruit players as real soldiers, including America’s Army. Sorry. * You may not export this software to Israel, or use it in Israel (including the occupied territories), until Israel has ended its occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria, and anywhere else it may occupy, or until Israel abolishes apartheid (granting all Jews and non-Jews in its territories equal rights). If you try to run it in Israel before then, it will give you an error. * You may not use this software to cheat at online or multiplayer games. What constitutes cheating depends on the game and the server. Just using a different input device shouldn't be considered cheating, but complex scripted actions to make things easier may be considered cheating. Don't get GlovePIE banned, or you will hurt everyone who wants to play with a VR glove. But feel free to cheat at single player!