TbcTrialVersion stores information about the trial usage of the software and decides if the software has expired or not when asked.
Information regarding the trial period is kept in Windows registry in either plain or encrypted form.
Users of the component can supply their own encryption algorithms if they want to do so.
The trial version types can be one of the following:
a) While IDE is running (Delphi or C++ Builder)
b) Expire in n number of days after first try (or installation if the installer creates the required registry information)
c) Expire on date.
d) Expire after n number of tries.
Read more about TbcTrialVersion Delphi Trial/Evaluation Component here.
» version 1.1 - posted on 2000-01-01
Bug Fix to handle international date formats.
EULA - End User License Agreement
TbcTrialVersion License Agreement
By installing and using this component you agree with:
- One licence allows the use of one copy of TbcTrialVersion.
- This is a licence to use the component on one computer only.
- You may not use this component to create a competitive product,
in similar nature. You may not use this product to create
an ActiveX control, a COM component, a VCL component or
similar to distribute UNLESS you create such components
not to distribute them but only to use them yourself to
build your application that you wish to protect.
- You may not use the evaluation version of this component in
any application other than trial purposes. Trial period
will last no longer than 1 month after your first test.
- If you use the component in any application, you will purchase it.
The Author of this component cannot and do not warrant that any
functions contained in the Software will meet your requirements,
or that its operations will be error free.
The entire risk as to the component performance or quality,
or both, is solely with the user and not the Author.
You assume responsibility for the selection of the component to
achieve your intended results, and for the installation, use, and
results obtained from the Software.
The Author makes no warranty, either implied or expressed, including
with-out limitation any warranty with respect to this Software
documented here, its quality, performance, or fitness for a particular
purpose. In no event shall the Author be liable to you for damages,
whether direct or indirect, incidental, special, or consequential
arising out the use of or any defect in the component, even if the
Author has been advised of the possibility of such damages,
or for any claim by any other party.
All other warranties of any kind, either express or implied,
including but not limited to the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are expressly
Thanks and happy coding!
- bestcode team