Is it legal to distribute the .h (from C compiler packages) and .inc(from Masm32) with apps?
I mean even compilers like borland have windows.h and their windows.h is exactly the same as the one in VC++. So can anybody distribute them?
Posted on 2001-08-24 09:15:15 by MovingFulcrum
VB6 APIloader has this in it's header:

' You have a royalty-free right to use, modify, reproduce and distribute
' this file (and/or any modified version) in any way you find useful,
' provided that you agree that Microsoft has no warranty, obligation or
' liability for its contents. Refer to the Microsoft Windows Programmer's
' Reference for further information.

I used this file to create the api code complete in RadASM.

My guess is that this goes for .h files too. For MASM32 there is a lot of work put down by someone.
You should ask him first.
Posted on 2001-08-24 09:51:53 by KetilO