What Is the license for ReforMath?
ReforMath is being made available for beta testing. You can use it for an evaluation period of 30 days.
What programming language does ReforMath use?
ReforMath has a C interface but is actually written in C++. By using a C interface (just like the Win32 API), ReforMath can be used easily with other programming languages.
Will ReforMath become open source or freeware?
I am seeking funding from foundations or philanthropists to further develop the library. If I find one, I may go open source or freeware. Alternatively, I may go commercial or even sell the source code.
Do you accept donations?
Yes! Go to the Download page and click on the donate button. Many thanks in advance.
Do you have a Personal License?
Yes. Donors who give US$10 or more may keep the library for personal use. A personal license, however, does not permit redistribution of the library; strictly for home/individual use only.
What operating systems are supported?
ReforMath is NOW available for both Windows and Linux. It has been tested only under Windows XP but should run in higher versions of Windows and also under Ubuntu 10.10 something .
Are you interested to sell the source code?
Yes. That's one of my options (see above). If you want to market the library, I am open to that also. Please contact me.