fuckredgate wrote:The direction in which this software has been taken with Redgates acquisition, is unethical and at odds with the original unencumbered product.
Why does Reflector need to update itself? This is the way .NET Reflector has always worked and is the easiest, and least intrusive, way to ensure that everyone is running the same version.
The only difference is that the "old" Reflector still worked when you didn't update.
Bart Read wrote:... a day of rapacious empire-building ...
Simple Talk wrote:Red Gate will be charging $35 for .NET Reflector
Red Gate has announced that it will charge $35 for version 7 of .NET Reflector ... our original intention was to maintain .NET Reflector as a free tool. But ... we realized that we could not make the free model work
vcbnvbm wrote:They have right to get money for their work.
RichardD wrote:I do not agree that they have the right to expire v6 and force everyone to pay for the upgrade.
Without revenue coming in, we cannot dedicate a team of developers...
JamesB wrote:Bart Read> Great approach to all the hostility your company has created: be a smart-@** to the people who are upset. You seriously just doubled the negative feelings I have toward Red Gate.
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