Stingray Studio : Getting Started Guide : Appendix A 3rd‑Party Licenses
Appendix A 3rd‑Party Licenses
Stingray Studio 3rd-Party Software Use
Stingray Studio products use open source or freely licensed code, and commercially licensed code, as detailed in the following sections. The text of the license agreements can be found in Appendix A and in the <installdir>\docs\3rdPartyLicenses subdirectory.
Table 9 – Open Source or Freely Licensed Software Shipped with Stingray Studio 
Software
License
Used In
Used For
Objective Edit
Regex v2.24 Open Source License
(Dr. John Maddock)
See “Regex v2.24 Library Source Code”.
Objective Edit Source Code
Regular Expression Interface Classes, Find and Replace Classes, VB Script Regular Expression Classes and Edit Controller
Stingray Foundation Library (SFL)
Base64 and Quoted-Printable Encoding/Decoding Open Source License
(Hunny Software)
See “Base64 and Quoted-Printable Encoding/Decoding Source Code License”.
Stingray Foundation Library XML Source Code
XML Serialization Encoding/Decoding Classes
Objective Toolkit
GuiToolKit Open Source License
(Francisco Campos)
See “Autohide Source Code License”.
Objective Toolkit Source Code
Docking Windows Autohide Classes
 
Regex v2.24 Open Source License
(Dr. John Maddock)
See “Regex v2.24 Library Source Code”.
Objective Toolkit Source Code
Regular Expression Utility Classes
 
TIFF Library v5.0 Freely Licensed Software
(Berkeley)
(Silicon Graphics)
See “TIFF Library Source Code”.
Objective Toolkit Source Code
TIFF Image Classes
 
zLib Compression Library v0.95 & 1.23 Freely Licensed Software
(Gailly and Adler)
See “zlib Library v 0.95/1.23 Source Code”.
Objective Toolkit Source Code
File Compression Classes