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Alright; I've got a stable version of my Amazing C Program ready. I think it's almost ready for release, I just need to polish some stuff. Question is: how do I properly license and distribute it? How do I handle things like EULA and policy and warranty and stuff?

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Finally, how do I actually build and port it to other platforms? I want to see my code running in all sorts of machines, from calculators to Windows boxes and OS X to supercomputers, anything that supports C :-D
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No idea :( But this sounds really cool, what is it about?

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