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Heya, nice work on this -- did find a small bug: -- I'm testing out stringview.js in dealing with a low-level protocol, and it'll sure save me a lot of boilerplate, but it seems just a typo / accident naming incident there (var names are pretty similar).  With my test data, and without my fix, it would end up trying to create a new StringView( ) with a negative length, which would blow up with an array index error.

StringView inclusion in Apache project

Hi fusionchess.  I am a committer for Apache FlexJS and I would like to include StringView in order to implement a JavaScript replacement for Flash Player's ByteArray class.  However, Apache projects cannot include code licensed under GPL/LGPL (  Would you consider changing the license to one that can be included in Apache projects? [adufilie, July 15, 2016]



Hi fusionchess, my name is Marco (mbcraft). I have made a little library using your cookies.js library. I've shared it here with GPL3 license :
After 'ITALIANO' in README there is also ENGLISH.
Thanks for your code! :)
[mbcraft, April 16, 2015]

[fusionchess June 20, 2015]


You've been adding some nice stuff! One request: please detab your examples to 2 spaces per tab before inserting them, so they're consistent with the rest of our samples. :) [Sheppy 19 July 2011]


The StringView library you wrote looks great. I'd love to use it for a commercial project I'm working on but I cannot since the library is licensed under GPL 3. I wonder if you would consider using a more liberal license for your library. In any case nice work. [keithshep 16 July 2014]


I am sorry, but I read your message just now…
Thank you very much! After thinking a bit about it, I decided to convert the license of StringView to LGPL.


Sept. 26, 2014


Would you please consider changing JXON license grom GPL3 to MIT?

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