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Dec 30, 2006


Martyn Day

Obvioulsy the ODA thinks this battle, the one of what and what you can not reverse engineer is worth fighting- especially as Autodesk has chosen to write something that can't be legally copied in a file by anyone else, to identify it as being a 100% Autodesk DWG. I understand the implications of an Autodesk win would be huge on the whole computing industry.
I had to laugh, as you'd entitled your article 'whiplash', the first google Ad that came up was 'Whiplash Injury Claim now'. This whole 'trusted DWG' debacle is looking more and more like a head-on crash.

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