Excel Software Ships QLRT Xcode 1.1 to Protect and License Mac Software

QLRT Xcode 1.1 is a static library file for protection, activation and license management of applications created with Apple's Xcode development system. Developers use QuickLicense 6 to configure Trial, Product, Subscription, Floating, Try/Buy or Educational licenses that present a manual or automated activation process.

Excel Software today announced QLRT Xcode 1.1 for Xcode developers. QLRT Xcode is a static library implementation of the QuickLicense runtime software for protection, activation and license management. A company can protect software from piracy and increase revenue by supporting a wide range of license types, activation processes and advanced licensing features.


QLRT Xcode is used in conjunction with QuickLicense. The developer configures all aspects of the software license with QuickLicense and builds a tiny encrypted Ticket file. That Ticket file is bound to an application with a function call when the QLRT library file is dropped into the source code. By focusing on value added customer solutions rather than internal protection, activation and licensing features, the vendor gains productivity and deployment flexibility.

Xcode programmers enjoy a quick, integrated solution for almost any software protection, activation or licensing requirement. Call a simple function to access all commands with fast, streamlined security and no exposed interface. With a small disk and memory footprint, the runtime allows one software build to support Trial, Product, Subscription, Floating, Try/Buy or Educational licenses. The activation process for protected software can support manual, semi-automated or fully automated activations through an online activation server.

While one license command is sufficient for many applications, the runtime library supports dozens of command strings to access all licensing features available in the QuickLicense system. Runtime commands include license release, restore, reset, suspend, remote enabling of features, field read and write, plus data send and receive through the activation server.

QLRT Xcode is part of the Excel Software protection and licensing solutions for Mac OS X and Windows software that includes QuickLicense, QuickLicense Server, LicenseSupport, WebActivation, AirLicense, OfficeProtect, DocProtect, AppProtect and the Safe Activation Service. For example, a protected application built with QLRT Xcode can run on client computers within a customer network controlled by a floating license server generated with QuickLicense Server.

A Single User License of QLRT Xcode 1.0 at $495 includes royalty-free runtime distribution rights for any number of protected products or licenses. The package includes a PDF user guide and simple test application with source code. A demonstration video and free trial download of QLRT Xcode is available to developers using QuickLicense 6.

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