Well I think that BIS is still very generous and cool about this unlike other companies. This is infact what made BIS games so great, that after you play the game and finish all the campaigns you still have a reason to play it for years to come unlike other games that you buy for £40 and then just uninstall them.Even if they were considered to be part of the content, it would be very hard for anyone to prove that an RVMAT was "stolen". After all they are fairly small and all look very much alike. Like config files, they simply contain standardized text data that is necessary for addons to work correctly in the game.
I think that BIS is just worried about stuff that other people outside the community can misuse, such as models. But how are they gonna misuse an RVMAT or Config that only works in ArmA 2?
But I thinks its bad enough not being able to open the AmrA 2 models, bringing this to RVMATs and Configs would just be a giant blow to the community because I must admit that almost all the RVMAts that I use are modified BIS one's, why sped so much time pointlessly writing the same thing? Please guys, stop the madness damn it
Can you give and example Maruk? Does packing SOME (few trees, grass and bushes) of ArmA 2's vegetation fall under this?in a way that it would not require Arma 2 anymore