The software here included, is provided "as is" and
without any kind of warranty, and is published under the
By downloading any of theese files, you implicitly agree
with the terms of the referred license.
Some of the classes
are documented in the javadoc way, some are not,
other may have the comments out of date.
This was merely a question of (not having) time to produce it.
As questions and doubts begin arriving to us we will
try to build at least a proper set of
javadoc comments, so you can deal with the API.
For now, you have to stick to
examples of using the API.
If you intend to use any of theese applications in a
production environment, perhaps you should consider
acquiring one of the
commercial licenses, which will grant you
our support to your project
(and will help us continuing our work).