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Prevalence of a type of licence would be off topic (as it is more about company choices) and potentially too broad as it is not the kind of information that is readily available to anyone. You would have to ask every company what kind of licences they support, how many of each they supply and so on. It is a long term research question. How enforceable they ...


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Its essentially a recommendation question - there are ways to get a software recommendation but this dosen't feel like it. If you list any paid clients however do include that fact as well. And maybe if they offer trials. Literally is an expectation for a client recommendation. You might want to try the software recommendations stack instead. Less ...


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Beyond what Mokubai says in the first portions of their answer, and disagreeing with the last portion: There are two buckets questions about licenses typically fall into: The "what does the license say" bucket: Either the license states what is allowed or it doesn't. Either there are laws that offer further definition or they don't. Either the licenses and ...


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Your question appears, at a glance, to be "which product or products in this list are not electron based". You are essentially asking for someone to find you the product that matches your requirements. The closest you get with an actual question is the sentence The git site itself lists a bunch of GUI clients: https://git-scm.com/download/gui/windows ...


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Questions about programming related to HTML/CSS/etc are off-topic, as are almost all other programming questions (with the notable exception of scripting languages: batch/vbs/powershell/bash/etc). Questions about software that facilitate programming and development (webservers/deamons/IDEs/compilers/etc) are on-topic - just like questions about any other ...


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