Rob Smyth

Thursday, 17 July 2008

NXmlSerializer Rev 3 Released

Uploaded the latest NXmlSerializer release to SourceForge tonight. This release reduces the size of the XML produced, supports serialized objects referencing objects that need to be replaced when deserializing. Project documentation is here.


Martin said...

Hello Mr. Smyth,
I tried to find your mail-adress for the past two hours but had no luck.

I'm a student of computer science in germany and I develope a programm for simulating x-ray photons for my bachelor-thesis for the last 4 months.

I found your NXMLSerializer yesterday and it works great. My question is, if you allow me to use your serializer in my programm which will be maybe used in a commercial way. The company, I am working for, will continue developing for the next months and it is planned to sell it after the public release. I didn't find any license agreements on sourceforge. That's why I try to contact you this way.

It would be great if you could give me a short feedback.

Thanks a lot, Martin Fritsch

Rob Smyth said...

Hi Martin,

Quick answer ...

Commerical use is fine. Please check license for more details.

Long answer ...

You can find the license name either on the Sourceforge project page, by looking at the properties of the assembly (right mouse click on it), or in the header of any of the source code files. I do change the license from time to time, so you could check for the version you have.

Also, note that it is constantly being improved and I'm currently working on migration support. It may be best if you compile it from the latest source code.

Thanks for your interest.