By using CodeKit or purchasing a license for the app, you agree to these terms:
CodeKit has a 10-day free trial period, so you can evaluate the app and decide if it's right for you before you purchase a license. I get charged fees if I issue refunds and it's time-consuming for me to disable licenses because CodeKit does not phone home to validate them. As such, I don't offer refunds for purchases.
You own a license to use the app, you do not own the app itself (source code, assembly, etc.)
You may use a single-user CodeKit license on up to 3 Macs, provided that you are the sole user of each Mac. If other people use a Mac where you install CodeKit (such as a shared workstation), or other people use your license credentials to unlock a copy of CodeKit, you must either purchase a separate license for that person or add an additional user to your license for each person who will use your credentials.
I track license activations. If I find that your license has been used to unlock CodeKit too frequently or too many times, I reserve the right to terminate your license. If we ever get all lawyer-y in front of a guy in a ridiculous black robe, the terms "too frequently" and "too many times" mean more than 1.5 standard deviations above the average for all CodeKit licenses. I also reserve the right to terminate your license if you share it with other users (such as posting it on a torrent site, a forum, etc.), or if you attempt to hack my app or my website. If I terminate your license due to abuse, I will not refund your money.
Barring abuse, your license is perpetual. It will always unlock all versions of CodeKit 3.x. If I ever release a CodeKit 4.0, your license will not unlock that version and you'll need to pay for a new license at an upgrade discount. Your 3.0 license will not unlock CodeKit 1.x or 2.x releases. (Those are rubbish; use 3.x.)
Licenses are not transferable. You may not assign or give your license to anyone else. If you do, I may terminate your license and you will not be refunded.
You release me (Bryan D K Jones), my company (Incident 57, Inc), Matt Damon, and all of my employees, contractors, associates and friends from ALL liability for any damages CodeKit may cause. Whether it erases data, sets your Mac on fire, becomes sentient and eats your grandmother, or does ANYTHING else that causes harm to you or anyone associated with you, you agree that neither I, my company, nor anyone associated with me can be held liable, financially or otherwise. This waiver of liability also applies to your use of my website and all transactions with any server or service that I provide, either directly or indirectly. However, you may, at your option, hold any of my ex-girlfriends, except Elly, liable. You use the app at your own risk and you have been warned that it may cause damage.
There is no warranty, express or implied (whatever that means). I have no idea if CodeKit will work well for you or whether it's right for a particular purpose. That's why there is a free trial.
If you have questions or problems using CodeKit, you are welcome to email me and I'll do my best to help you. However, there is no formal support program for the app. I do not promise that I will be able to assist you.
You agree not to disassemble CodeKit. Don't make me use 57 synonyms for "disassembly"; you know what it means. No reverse compiling, hex-editing, etc.
The meaning of language in this agreement will be interpreted as an average, non-lawyer would interpret it. If you try to argue, for example, that my definition of "too frequently" does not apply because the judge is not wearing a black robe, then: (A) I reserve the right to slap you, (B) you're the reason we can't have nice things and, (C) that argument and any like it shall be invalid.
If any part of this agreement is found to be unenforceable or invalid, that part shall be dropped and the remainder of the agreement will still apply.
The fact that I have attempted to write a EULA that is humorous does not make it less binding. You really do agree to these terms if you use CodeKit or buy a license. Also, to the guy in the ridiculous black robe: I didn't mean it. You look fantastic. You should definitely rule in my favor.