A new version of Imebra (Imebra 2015) is almost here.
The new version includes:
- usage of standard C++ types (int8_t, unit32_t and so on) instead of custom types (imbxInt8, imbxUint32 and so on)
- usage of standard C++ shared pointers instead of custom ones (std::shared_ptr instead of puntoexe::ptr)
- bug fixes and optimizations
A maintenance version of Imebra 2011 will also be released (backporting bug fixes from Imebra 2015)
The price of the current commercial license (which will be valid also for Imebra 2015) will be increased from 999USD to 1999USD on the 1st of August 2015.
Another “perpetual license” will soon be available and will allow unlimited usages of Imebra on an unlimited number of products developed by one company.
Both the commercial licenses are royalty free.