I would like to add a licensing agreement to my installation files (with the installation project) If the user does not accept it, the installation should be cancelled. This C.B.A. represents the entire agreement between you and GitHub and regulates your use of the software, replacing all previous agreements between you and GitHub (including, but not limited to previous versions of EULA). In the Add the Dialog box, click the “License Agreement” icon and “OK.” A licensing form is added to your installation program in the Start group. Some components of the software may be subject to open-source software licenses, i.e. any software license approved by the Open Source Initiative as an open source license or, for the most part, similar licenses, including, but not limited, to any license that requires the distributor to provide the software in the source format as a condition of the distribution of the licensed software. If you would like to see copies of licenses for open source components, please see visualstudio.github.com/credits.html. This CLA gives you the right to install as many copies of the software as you like and to use the software for any lawful use that complies with this C.A.C. Your license for the use of the software is expressly related to your consent to all the terms of this ECJ.
This software is licensed, not sold. GitHub reserves all other rights that are not granted by this CSA. If you can`t find the text file that contains your license agreement, you need to add it to your installation project. To do this, select the “Browse” option in the “LicenseFile” drop-down field. In the posted dialog box, double-click on the location where your license agreement should be copied to the target computer (probably the “application folder”), then click the “Add a File” button. Your license agreement should be called the “.rtf license” and coded as an RTF file. When your installation project is open in Visual Studio, click the right project button on the project folder explorer, view “View” and click “User Interface.”