Frequently Asked Questions
- Do the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET work on Mono?
- Can I install the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET on more than one machine?
- How many licenses do I need?
- Do I have to pay royalties or runtime fees if I want to distribute my application that uses the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET?
- Can I distribute the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET as part of an SDK or code library?
- How much does technical support cost?
- Does your license agreement include an “audit” clause?
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Do the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET work on Mono?
Yes! You can run nearly all applications on Mono. Certain calculations that involve complex matrices are not supported. Compiling on Mono is also not supported. You will need a Windows based Microsoft .NET environment to compile your application.
on more than one machine?
Yes. You may install the software on multiple machines, including a build server, as long as you have a license for each person that works with our software.
You need one license for each developer who compiles code that references our libraries. For example, if you have a project with 3 developers, where one developer writes the numerical code, and the others deal with UI and business logic, then all 3 developers need a license. This is true even if all the numerical code is contained in a separate project.
We have license packages for 3, 8 or more developers that give you significant discounts.
the Extreme Optimization Numerical Libraries for .NET?</a>
No. For end-user applications, including web applications, there are no royalties and you are free to distribute an unlimited number of copies.
as part of an SDK or code library?</a>
Only with an SDK license. Distributing the software as part of an SDK or code library is not covered by the standard license. Please contact usfor more information.
Technical support is free.
Absolutely not. Some companies have a clause in their license agreement that gives them the right to inspect your computer after the trial version has expired. We believe this is an unwarranted and unnecessary invasion of privacy.