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TheDarkness909
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Make Sapphire open-source on GitHub.

This is something I've been thinking about for a while now.

If T-Games makes Sapphire open source I can fork it and work on it myself because that's how open-source works most of the time.

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TheDarkness909
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I think I have it saved somewhere.
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I mean the actual source files and stuff that are used when editing it and compiling it, etc. I have the programme.

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I do have that though, remember you sent me the stuff when I got the ViBa trial

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the ViBa trial

TRIAL!?

I posted this here!

Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition is completely free, same with 2013. There are 2 other versions of 2015 that aren't, but Community basically gives you everything you need for Sapphire.
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Dude this was like a year or 2 ago that this happened

Me getting the trial I mean

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Getting the trial happened a year or 2 ago

Visual Studio 2013 was versioned the same way.

Anyways, I don't mean to sound outright blunt, but did you make any changes to Sapphire 0.0.3 when you (presumably) got the source code?

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I remember that, but my version seemed to "expire" or something. I'll have to try again.

I don't think so.

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My version seemed to "expire" or something.

Maybe you got a trial of a paid version.

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Possibly. I don't remember that well, it was a while back.

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I'm still open to the idea of open-sourcing Sapphire. I recently found a copy of 0.0.3 that I didn't think I kept. Since the current version of VB is 2015, it would need some work upgrading, but I don't think that'd be a problem as I'm running the Community edition.

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