All the libraries are provided under the liberal MIT license. That means that even if you develop commercial software using guerilla-di libraries your source will not be contaminated, we allow any use you want. The days of closed proprietary brokenness in post production are over, and we try to help.
If you want to contribute, find us on GitHub.
If you found a bug, please let us know using the Github “Issues” tab for the specific library. Or just fork, make a fix and let us pull the fix back (please only implement fixes which are confirmed by unit tests).
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Guerilla-DI is a project by Julik Tarkhanov and other contributors, 2009.
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