File Name: Biblical Cubit Conversion Calculator (BC64.exe)
File Submitter: APsit190
File Submitted: 09 Sep 2018
File Category: e-Sword Utilities
Author: Stephen Jovanovic
Suggest New Tag:: Converter tool
The Biblical Cubit Conversion Calculator, although not actually related to e-Sword, yet can be used alongside e-Sword to convert Biblical lengths to either feet or meters.
The BC64 (for short) is a 64 bit program and is only compatible with the 64 bit edition of Windows. Also the program has only been tested on Windows 10 64 bit edition, but I assume it will run on older 64 bit versions of Windows.
There is a bit of a EULA, which is in the help documentation (and pasted below) which is important to read.
This licence agreement is not designed to inhibit your use of this program, and neither is it designed to stop you giving away copies of this program. This licence is designed to protect the integrity of this program and to ensure that the user gets what is stated about this program. You, the user, by having downloaded and installed this program on your computer, agree to the terms of the use outlined in this EULA.
This program is freeware, and as such, one is allowed to keep as many copies of this program.Permission is also given to give away as many copies of this program as one wishes to, but it must be given without charges/costs to the user for any type of media distribution. This means,that the end user does not have to pay CDs, DVDs or USB Thumb Drives which contains this program, whether it is exclusively distributed or bundled with other software.
This program is not to be sold for any reason at all, and all costs for the distribution is solely the responsibility of the person giving this to others.
The source code of this program is also copyright, and therefore, as with this program, it is protected by international copyright treaties. Therefore no part of this program is to be reversed engineered by any method, and the code to be used in any other program. This means that this program is not open source.
With that said, anyone wishing to use the source code for help in developing similar programs, may do so after permission has been granted.
Edited by APsit190, 19 July 2019 - 07:44 PM.