Licensing and copyright

Lua for LabVIEW is © 2003-2016 CIT Engineering Netherlands BV.

This version of Lua for LabVIEW requires a valid license on every computer it is desired to run. The license needs to be acquired from CIT Engineering Netherlands BV. You can request a 30 day evaluation license for a new machine through the same channels as the commercial use license. Each computer on which Lua for LabVIEW needs to run requires its own specific license, also when building executables.

Please direct any license inquiries directly to CIT Engineering Netherlands BV through one of the means mentioned below. Mailing lists and online support forums are specifically NOT monitored for such requests!

To request a license activation you need to follow the following steps:

There are currently three types of licenses available. You can request a 30 day evaluation license. This license allows Lua for LabVIEW to run on the licensed computer for up to 30 days. After expiration of the evaluation license you need to contact CIT Engineering Netherlands BV for either an extension of the evaluation period or to purchase a valid commercial license.

There are two purchasable licenses available, the first being a full development license that is needed when LuaVIEW is used inside the LabVIEW development system. This license will also allow built applications that use Lua for LabVIEW to run on the same computer.

If you intend to distribute a built application that uses Lua for LabVIEW to other computers you will need to purchase a runtime license for every computer on which you want to run that built application.

On receipt of a purchase order, CIT Engineering Netherlands BV will return an invoice. Until payment has been received a temporary license can be requested from CIT Engineering Netherlands BV through above explained procedure.

Site licences and technical support can be provided on terms that can be negotiated on an individual base. A site licence covers all deployments of Lua for LabVIEW-based software developed by programmers at a particular site for the duration of the licence, and as such can be cost effective for organizations or departments that make frequent use of Lua for LabVIEW. When a site licence expires, existing deployments made under that licence remain covered. Only new deployments require extension of the site licence, or the acquisition of individual licences. To request a quote for a site license or inquire about commercial use of Lua for LabVIEW, send email to:

Disclaimer: Lua for LabVIEW is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and noninfringement. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with Lua for LabVIEW or the use or other dealings in Lua for LabVIEW.

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