Can I get a Open Source license for IDEA 6.0, if I've got one for 5.0

Hi!

I've got an Open Source license for Idea 5.0, but, using Demetra since first EAPs (it fits exellent for my project, jdnevnik.com, that is a big blog engine). But with the last EAP (beta) I've noticed, that license information changed (I've a message now, that Idea is licensed for a Beta evaluator, not for jdnevnik.com).

Can I get a license "automatically", or I have to buy a "normal" license?
Thanks.

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Hello Alexander,

AB> I've got an Open Source license for Idea 5.0, but, using Demetra
AB> since first EAPs (it fits exellent for my project, jdnevnik.com,
AB> that is a big blog engine). But with the last EAP (beta) I've
AB> noticed, that license information changed (I've a message now, that
AB> Idea is licensed for a Beta evaluator, not for jdnevnik.com).
AB>
AB> Can I get a license "automatically", or I have to buy a "normal"
AB> license? Thanks.

If your project is still applicable for an open source license, you'll be
able to get an updated license for IDEA 6.0 when it's released.

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Dmitry Jemerov
Software Developer
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Yes, project is still applicable and will be applicable while I develop it.

Thank you very much.

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