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Adobe’s first gesture towards Open Source

Adobe Systems has made public the source code of two components used in the graphical interface of most of its programs. Adobe wants the collaboration of the open source community in the development and evolution of its products.

Adobe, the editor of Photoshop or Acrobat for example, published the source code for “Adam” and “Eve” on February 25. Two libraries related to the visual presentation of the program interface. This step is a first stage of the Adobe Source Libraries (ASL) initiative. Adobe hopes to improve the quality of its products with this measure. However, the license of “Adam” and “Eve” is not GNU GPL (General Public License) but MIT, which does not require redistributing the source code of their works.

Source: Zdnet.fr

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