Typemock Isolator Open Source Licenses
Just got word from the folks over at Typemock
if you have an open source project and you want to use Typemock Isolator, they’re going to be coming out with a new (free) license type that allows your open source project to use it. Here’s the new licensing structure I’ve seen:
- Commercial - $449 (same as today)
- Personal - $200 (will include one year maintenance)
- Open Source Project - Free
- 21-Day Trial - Free
And, of course, discounts for upgrades, etc., on the paid licenses.
This is huge. I’ve been wanting to add tests to CR_Documentor, but it’s almost impossible to do that because of the tight coupling DXCore plugins have with the DXCore engine. For example, I’d love to be able to create a fake language element and unit test the syntax generator… but I don’t want to have to write wrapper interfaces and services for everything in DXCore that I interact with. Now I can!
Big side benefit - the folks who are unfamiliar with Isolator can see how open source projects use it and see the benefits. Sweet!