Translation of Swiss File Knife announced

CtoJ announces the translation of the popular open-source tool Swiss File Knife.


C++ to C# generator announced

CtoJ announces the release of a C++ to C# generator in Q1 2008.


Technology article

One page teaser about the reasoning behind CtoJ

FAQ - Legal

Who "owns" the generated code?

The code generated by CtoJ is still IP of the original source code. So, if you are the owner of the legacy code, the target code provided by CtoJ will be completely owned by you as well.
You have no recurring costs for the usage of this code.


Why do I have to send CtoJ my code?

First of all CtoJ's generator can only be operated by CtoJ. Therefore the migration has to take place at CtoJ. The possible discomfort about sending the code to CtoJ is a very understandable concern in today's competitive business environment. Therefore CtoJ works with its clients on a non-disclosure agreement basis to ensure the clients assets and intellectual property. Please contact us if your privacy needs are not satisfied with this.


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