Gentibus CD version 1.51 is a Freeware. There is absolutely no obligation to pay any money to use Gentibus CD. You can support the development of Gentibus CD with a donation.
This software is provided "AS IS", without warranty of any kind.
The entire and exclusive liability and remedy for breach of this limited warranty shall be limited to replacement of defective media or documentation and shall not include or extend to any claim for or right to recover any other damages, including but not limited to, loss of profit, data, or use of the software or special, incidental or consequential damages, or other similar claims, even if the author has been specifically advised of the possibility of such damages.
The software product is protected by copyright laws and international copyright treaties, as well as other intellectual property laws and treaties. The software, their source code, documentation, the data organization and the appearance of the graphic interfaces, are the author's exclusive property. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble the software.
The version 1.51 of Gentibus CD can be distributed freely, if it is not sold. Only the support containing the software could be sold (CD-ROMs, floppy...) if the price does not exceed the price commonly practiced for this media. The software must be distributed in its original form (GentibusCDSetup.exe) without any modification. The distributor must specify that this software is a Freeware product. The versions "BETA" of Gentibus CD must not be distributed (these versions are identified by the word "BETA" in the title of the application window). These Gentibus CD versions are only for tests.
Thanks to Ryan Song for the design of the Gentibus CD title home page and to Mikael Rosenberg for the design of the web site.
Gentibus CD uses function libraries create by various authors. These libraries relate to the data compression and are available at these addresses :
The install procedure of Gentibus CD is realized with the software "Inno Setup" by Jordan Russell (tware "Inno Setup" by Jordan Russell (http://www.jrsoftware.org)
Information of the audio CD-ROMs results from the FreeDB sites. You can consult their sites at the address http://www.freedb.org.
Thanks to Ulrich von Zadow and other contributors to their file library PaintLib. You can find all the PaintLib information at : http://www.paintlib.de
The procedure of reading and writing png files use the module libpng. Thanks to Guy Eric Schalnat and Group 42s (http://www.libpng.org) for this dll.
Thanks to Chavdar Jordanov for information about EXIF format.
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