Originally posted by RPG Hacker
That's precisely it. First of all, the fact that "source code" is available doesn't exactly make it "open-source", because "open-source" specifically refers to software that is willingly and legally open-source. Secondly, just because source code is available doesn't mean people can legally use it. Thirdly, just because source code is available, Nintendo don't lose the copyright to it.
So 2 questions
1. This source code going against Nintendo's will?
2. It's illegal to use the disassembly?
Originally posted by 1337doom
Why do you want to follow copyright laws?
Because I respect the right to own IP