Girls Two Tone Gladiator Sandals
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Why do people need to use my custom built tool when most other tools already exists?
I am building some utilities for C++ and was using Doxygen for document formatting and TexMaker for automatic documentation generation.
After a certain point decided to start writing custom code and was thinking of using QtCreator for rapid development purposes.
Now I am getting a lot of people who are very happy with my custom build tools and are requesting me to build other tools for them.
To me, this feels a bit wrong: what was a custom code building tool, becomes an application for someone else and they are using my work for free.
I am aware that there are a lot of people who do not want to bother with documenting their code and that is where I am trying to add a useful feature to their lives.
How do I convince them and what arguments can I give them for using my custom tool?
A good point is that no one is forcing you to give others, e.g. for free, your custom made tools.
Maybe you can build something so valuable that they have to come and pay you for it. No one wants to give away their work for free. And you can’t expect them to spend their time making them for free either.
But this will never happen. So they can use whatever tool they want. But it’s much easier not to try to convince people to use your custom build tool but rather to point them the alternatives that are out there.
But even if they can only rely