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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of AutoCodeGenerator Engine - savannah
Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of AutoCodeGenerator Engine - savannah.nongnu.org
Wed, 20 Oct 2004 23:19:34 +0200
I asked Michael Foord to use standout.py sometime ago, and he answered:
>>I'm not sure if my last reply got to you or not - so I'll try again.
>>Thanks for your comments, I'm glad StandOut is useful. You are welcome
>>to *include* it in your distribution if you want. (A mention in your
>>docs and a link is nice though).
>>Good luck with the project.
but I haven't any reference about the licence, I'll ask him again.
OK, I'm including licence in all files in my package (adding it in tar files).
libbatch is a Python library writen by me, I think I had included the GPL
header in it.
I'll wait for Michael answer and then I'll resend all with the changes.
Thanks for your patient.
El Miércoles, 20 de Octubre de 2004 06:33, Alaska Subedi escribió:
> The link that you gave above does not work. I found verson 1.11 of your
> program in Freshmeat and downloaded it. Your program uses `standout.py'
> which cannot be used for commercial purposes. This is unacceptable for
> your program as you have licensed it in terms of GPL. Please remember
> that free software can be sold and used for commercial purposes. I
> think the author of `standout.py' meant proprietary software. Could you
> please clarify this issue with the author of `standout.py'. I could
> ask Micheal Foord myself if you want.
> Also, the data files and documentation file included in the package
> should also include copyright and license-to-copy notices. The
> files in etc/ and examples.tar do not include the notices.
> It seems like the program depends upon libbatch. I could not find
> any information about this library. Could you let me know where to
> get it?
> Please address the above mentioned issues and provide me with
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