Package Details: juce 5.4.3-1

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Package Base: juce
Description: Cross-platform C++ framework, including the Projucer C++ editor
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Licenses: custom
Submitter: imrehg
Maintainer: imrehg
Last Packager: imrehg
Votes: 10
Popularity: 0.988604
First Submitted: 2017-04-22 11:06
Last Updated: 2019-04-20 18:22

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angelina commented on 2018-12-28 12:05

I go through the site. The site is about a package which is called juce 5.4.1-1. After going through this site we can understand the basic features, dependencies and the sources of this package . Almost all details are covered in a simple manner.

mzuther commented on 2018-05-27 20:44

@Gimmeapil: In AppConfig.h, there is a "SECTION A" where you can disable user tracking (JUCE_REPORT_APP_USAGE). Section A is preceded by the following statement:

In accordance with the terms of the JUCE 5 End-Use License Agreement, the JUCE Code in SECTION A cannot be removed, changed or otherwise rendered ineffective unless you [...] are using JUCE under the GPL v3 license.

There is also a matching option in ProJucer to remove user tracking. Additionally, you can remove user tracking from ProJucer itself by changing the define JUCER_ENABLE_GPL_MODE to 1 (which is again in section A). ProJucer even points you to this define as an alternative to logging into a ROLI account.

So anybody who checks the default application settings will not end up with an application that tracks users. That's fair enough, don't you think?


Gimmeapill commented on 2018-05-18 10:18

@imrehg: Thanks for the feedback.

I re-read that analytics announcement and actually you're right: it should be rather up to the application developers to inform their users - not the library packager.

This being said, if I understood correctly, upstream also enabled some tracking in the IDE itself?

If that's the case, a note to developers would probably be warranted then (in case they missed the license, splashscreen and watermarking...).

imrehg commented on 2018-05-02 10:39

Gimmeapil: that part is in the README that is installed as the relevant LICENSE file by the package, I don't think that a special shoutout about that part is really suitable, while ignoring the other parts of the License (e.g. the usage limits of the license), which are relevant for people's choices. And echoing out the whole license in a pre_install is an option, but doesn't feel a proper solution...

IMHO people need to check and review licenses when they install. Also, that license is the same since 2017 April (from Juce 5) so it is likely not new.

Will keep thinking what would be a good response to this question. In the meantime, review licenses, just as you did.

Gimmeapill commented on 2018-05-02 09:40

Gents, are you aware of the user tracking in the free version introduced around 5.2?

The readme clearly mentions it:

"You agree to give notice to the end-users of your Applications that we may track the IP addresses associated with their use of the Applications using JUCE solely for our internal purposes in providing JUCE, unless you are a paying JUCE customer and opt-out of such tracking."

However, this would probably deserve a word of warning from the packager, no?

SpotlightKid commented on 2018-03-23 03:23

A maybe stupid question: why aren't you using the JUCE distribution archives from ?

These are versioned, gzipped tarballs and contain no binaries, therefor are a lot smaller.

ech commented on 2018-03-22 18:15

Hey! It seems you need to update checksums — there were a new release recently.

milk commented on 2018-02-25 02:52

==> ERROR: One or more files did not pass the validity check!

imrehg commented on 2018-02-08 16:00

Hey cts, thanks for the info, added that dependency to the package (didn't notice, as I had that installed for something else anyways)

cts commented on 2018-02-03 13:32

Update - solved the file menu issue by installing zenity.