Vim License Agreement

Bsd2 Add the BSD 2-Clause “FreeBSD” license to the stamp. When you download content to or via Internet-connected VIM software and services, transmit, Save, save, send, send or receive, give VIM a worldwide license for use, hosting, recording, reproduction, editing, creating derivative works (e.g..B. those resulting from file conversions, model optimizations or other changes we make to improve the operation of your content with our services), communicate, publish, perform, view and distribute publicly. The limited purpose of the rights you grant in this license is to exploit, promote and improve our services and develop new ones. This license will continue even if you no longer use our services. Make sure you have the rights to grant us this license for all content you transmit to VIM. Apply for a sweater to offer this license for a project that is not authorized. Please be polite: see if a license has already been offered, try to offer a license tailored to the project community and keep your friendly communication with the project managers. If your license file ever contains , it will be automatically replaced by the current year. Vim is charitable. Its license is GPL compatible, so it is distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful, make a donation to help children in Uganda through ICCF. The full text of the license can be found in the documentation.

Much more information about charities on Charityware.info. The software is a commercial computer software, since this term is defined in 48 C.F.R. 2.101. As a result, the licensee receives only the software and documentation rights granted to all other licensed end users. (a) 48 C.F.R. 227.7201 to 48 C.F.R. 227.7204, with respect to the Department of Defense and its contractors, or b) 48 C.F.R. 12.212, with respect to all other U.S. government licensees and their contractors.

:Allpermissive Add the GNU All Permissive license to the stamp. Add vim to your project package description (z.B. Node.js, Ruby and Rust). This ensures that the license is displayed in the packet directories. If a version of the software provided to you by VIM is called “beta,” “evaluation” or other trial version, you recognize and accept that the purpose of this limited license is only to test and evaluate the software.