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From: "Matthew Kendall"
Subject: Re: mechanical CAD
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Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 03:44:18 GMT
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Organization: Shaw Residential Internet
"John Larkin" wrote ...
> Flexlm is reason enough not to buy that one.
I see the press release dated 7-Nov about the FLEXlm agreement, but I don't
see any mention of which products this will apply to. It certainly is not in
the Standard or Professional editions of IntelliCAD 2001 that I have seen,
and isn't in the version of 2001 that is currently bundled with Cadence
Orcad products (despite the fact that those products themselves can use
IntelliCAD itself was developed by Visio and disposed of after Microsoft
bought Visio (presumably because of a cosy pact with AutoDesk). After a
confusing period where it looked like it might become open-source and Free
it is now controlled by the ITC http://www.intellicad.org/ who's various
members sell products based on it. Cadopia's is one such product.
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