I've been playing around with my licenses recently, using licenses_print in steam etc... Seeing how those information are somewhat incomplete I thought I'd try to teach myself a bit c# and use SteamKit to generate lots of fancy stats about my library. After a lot of false starts (quite a few of those due to the fact that I'm usually pretty much only a Java programmer) I managed to get it running, at least in principle...
But when I actually tried generating actual statistics, I noticed that in essence I would have to create a database with packages in my licenses, apps in my package, information about the apps, etc, which meant I would in essence recreate a crappy small scale version of SteamDB. So I wanted to ask if you can in theory query my licenses... I have no idea what you get access to though the signing in. Because if you were able to access those informations it would be a cool addition...
The stuff I was thinking about generating (beside yet another way to display all owned apps) was infos like "for which apps do I have more then one license, which of my apps have multiple branches, maybe some graphs about owned apps over time, etc
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