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Thu, 04 Mar 2010 18:07:22 +0100
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Simon Josefsson <address@hidden> writes:
> Eric Blake <address@hidden> writes:
>> According to Simon Josefsson on 3/4/2010 6:33 AM:
>>> Building all modules leads to this warning:
>>> gnulib-tool: warning: module obstack depends on a module with an
>>> incompatible license: exit
>>> Is the 'exit' module really useful, other than transition for old code
>>> when the exit module provided something? It was changed to this content
>>> back in 2007.
>>> How about adding this to the 'exit' module:
>>> | Status:
>>> | obsolete
>>> | Notice:
>>> | This module is obsolete. It will be removed on 2011-01-01. Use 'stdlib'.
>>> Second to that option, how about changing the license to 'unlimited'
>>> since the 'exit' module is just meta information?
>> How about both - add the obsoletion notice, but also change the license to
>> LGPLv2 (unlimited seems a bit much in this case, since it is not build
> Yes, good idea. Let's wait for Paul to confirm and then fix this in one
Oops, the 'exit' module has Bruno as owner, not Paul (that was
exitfail). Bruno, do you mind re-licensing the 'exit' module to
LGPLv2+? And add the above obsolete warning?
- exit, Simon Josefsson, 2010/03/04
- Re: exit, Eric Blake, 2010/03/04
- Re: exit, Simon Josefsson, 2010/03/04
- Re: exit,
Simon Josefsson <=
- Re: exit, Bruno Haible, 2010/03/04
- Re: exit, Simon Josefsson, 2010/03/05