wolftune wrote:Before you just ask for redistribution, ask for it to be made open source!
afaik that's not going to happen.
it's the same with sunvox, pixitracker and his other tools.
having iOS (iPhone) versions means the application can't be GPL.
there's also an issue with the gui toolkit it uses, but I don't know or remember details.
This is quite tangential, but clarifying many months later: iOS applications can't be in the Apple App Store under GPL, but the developer can still release under GPL and also release to the App Store, but to do the separate licensing, they couldn't just accept commits from others under GPL, they'd need a CLA. But as long as all copyright holders accept putting out under Apple's terms, they can also release the same code under GPL elsewhere. Anyway, still: DAMN APPLE! (This is why I moved to GNU/Linux in part! Screw Apple! ARG!).
(I just finally tried Virtual ANS out of curiosity. It's neat. No need to package it, it's just a standalone binary.)