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- Subject: RE: Code Coverage and Performance Profiling Software Tools for Lua
- From: "Rob Brown" <rob@...>
- Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 16:19:23 +0200
Make no mistake - the free licenses I received do help! But the nature of the
work we're doing, and the types of organisations we're trying to do business
with, SunSpace is forced to comply with Quality Assurance Plans dictated to
us. We are/were in serious need of Coverage results from our test suites. And
now that I've got them, I can concentrate on Performance Validator and some
key members of our mammoth suite of tools/applications.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
> Stephen Kellett
> Sent: Thursday 19 October 2006 14:57
> To: Lua list
> Subject: Re: Code Coverage and Performance Profiling Software
> Tools for Lua
> > I would like to publicly congratulate you on reaching your first
> > release of especially the Lua Coverage Validator!
> <snip lots of praise for Software Verification>
> I should add a disclaimer to Rob's commentary. As a beta
> tester that provided feedback he received free software
> licenses for his efforts.
> However he received the software prior to writing his praise.
> There was no requirement for Rob to write anything (good or
> bad or indifferent) about Software Verification. That Rob has
> chosen to write nice things about us is very pleasing.
> The "free forever" comment is misleading. That actually
> refers to customer support (we don't charge for it whereas
> our competitors do).
> Currently we haven't charged for software updates (which
> gives the impression of free forever updates) - this will
> change to free updates for 1 year with a nominal fee to
> continue this for another year (providing software updates
> does cost money, so it makes sense to at least cover our costs).
> I just thought I should clear things up.
> We have no connection with Rob other than he has been a
> stellar beta tester of our Lua software and an evaluating
> customer of our C++ coverage software tools.