There is a file called cecil_LICENSE.txt, but it is not stated for what exactly it applies. If Reflector.exe uses parts of software which make this license necessary, them I am allowed to deal in the Software without restriction
, which means:
- Maybe I cannot get the source code
- I may hack it and remove the time limitation
- I may redistribute the hacked version
I am not so sure whether other limitations from License_DotNetReflector.txt can be applied.
In chapter 4, Red-Gate tries to make it a non-transferrable license. This is in contrast to the Cecil license, which allows "publish, distribute, sublicense".
Actually it seems quite similar to GPL in terms of a viral license, except the availability of source code.
BTW: there seems to be no license for RedGate.Reflector.Addin.dll at all.
I think it's worth having a look at the license exactly at this point in time.