This may sound crazy, but I am requesting programmers to help with my open source software called Source Miner.
Basically what source miner does is take a game executable, extracts the code & deobfuscates (unscrambles) it. I would like the exporting types to be C, C++, C#, etc.
Now I know what your thinking. This sounds illegal. I would like to put an FBI Warning with the documentation. It'll say:
"This program is intended to extract source code for personal use. If you plan to distribute codes or use them in your project, the code must be altered so that no copyrighted content is within it. Violators will be penalized."
This way, people will know the do's & dont's.
I wish I could squeeze out money to fund this project, but I am having someone help me with a game.
Any help with Source Miner would be appreciated.
1 Replies - 11934 Views - Last Post: 13 January 2012 - 10:43 PM
Replies To: Programmers needed for open-source source code extractor
Re: Programmers needed for open-source source code extractor
Posted 13 January 2012 - 10:43 PM
Now I know what your thinking. This sounds illegal.
You understand then why I am closing this thread. This isn't something we support on DIC.
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