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How To Protect Your Lotusscript Source Code

Do you have to sell a library to a customer,
but you don't want that your work could be seen or modified? Follow these
simple steps:
1. Write your classes and functions in a text file, i.e. -C:\MYFILE.LS-
2. Create a script library, i.e. -MYLIB-. Then, in Declarations, add the
following line: "%include C:\MYFILE.LS" and save the script library.
Attention: now you can DELETE the -MYFILE.LS-!
3. In every place that you want to use the script library, just add -use
"MYLIB"- in option event

In this way nobody can see or modify your code without -MYFILE.LS-!!!

Enjoy yourself
Fabio Maggio
Wintech S.r.l.
This was last published in November 2000

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