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Old 6th January 2021, 16:57   #33  |  Link
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Originally Posted by hubblec4 View Post
Is there a special reason why cE should open source?

cE code has many "test code" where I try to learn coding and so the code is not clean.
I guess it is a pain to read this code for a good programmer :-)
Good thing I'm a bad programmer then

Main reason for me is for learning purposes. I really like how the program works and I'm interested to learn how it utilizes all these specialized tools under the hood to automate many manual tasks easier having both an easy to use CLI and GUI that work quite well. It's an unique program and I actually haven't come across any equivalent open source chapter editing program with as much versatility and usefulness as yours.

Of course I think open source software has many benefits too like it's easier to trust than closed source software, program and code longevity, easier for others to find bugs, contribute code and more.
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