[Ifeffit] feff6l licence

Matt Newville newville at cars.uchicago.edu
Wed Nov 16 11:32:23 CST 2011

Hi Carmelo,

As John said, Feff6L is NOT tied to ifeffit, and is distributed with a
very liberal license.  Using the ifeffit source kit might be the
easiest way to get the source code, but this code (and ifeffit's code)
can be pulled out if you'd like.   For windows, you can just copy the
feff6l.exe executable and include it with your GUI.

Of course, I think many of us would be interested in hearing more
about your GUI.


On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 10:23 AM, Carmelo Prestipino
<carmelo.prestipino at univ-rennes1.fr> wrote:
> Hi to everybody
> I'm currently working to an another GUI to Ifeffit,  aimed to large
> dataset , it is still in beta version and full of bug but some
> collaborators start to use it .
> In the installer that I send to them is present  the "feff6l.exe"
> file,  to generates phase and amplitudes , but now I have a doubt.
> Does the feff6l licence allows a generic redistribution? , or  have
> the Horae and the Sixpack packages  a special agreement?
> Thanks in advance
> Carmelo
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