Adding software license agreement in source code files is a bit hard, especially when it is required to manually add SLA details enclosed in comment tags, into hundreds of source code files. If you’re about to manually copy and paste SLA details to application source files, try out License Adder. The application is developed for software developers to add license agreement information in specified set of source code files with a single click. The app can significantly save you not only a lot of time, but also the effort involved in adding EULA or client related license agreement details to application code files.
License Adder formally supports C Sharp (C#), XML, Java , and Visual Basic files, but you can also try it out with other programming languages. The procedure of adding details is simple. You specify the root folder where all the source code files are residing, followed by programming language and SLA details. Once done, just click Process to include the specified SLA details to all source code files headers. After completion of process, it displays all the files which were processed with errors.
It’s recommended to open some source files in IDE or simple text editor to verify the inclusion of license agreement.
License Adder is .Net based open source application and works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.