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Re: inttostr as LGPLv2+?

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: inttostr as LGPLv2+?
Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2012 15:44:01 -0600
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On 10/02/2012 03:03 PM, Simon Josefsson wrote:
> Paul, Jim,
> I have a use for the inttostr module in a library inside OATH Toolkit
> that will be released under LGPLv2+.  The inttostr module is currently
> licensed as LGPL.  Would it be possible to relicense it to LGPLv2+?  Its
> dependencies appears to be LGPLv2+ already, so it should only be matter
> of agreeing for the following files:
> lib/anytostr.c
> lib/imaxtostr.c
> lib/inttostr.c
> lib/inttostr.h
> lib/offtostr.c
> lib/umaxtostr.c
> lib/uinttostr.c
> m4/inttostr.m4
> You appear to be the authors of these files, any objections to this?
> If anyone is aware of other authors who may have a claim on the files
> that I missed, please point that out.

$  git shortlog lib/*tostr.[ch] | grep '^[^ ]'
Bruno Haible (2):
Eric Blake (1):
Jim Meyering (9):
Paul Eggert (11):
Sergey Poznyakoff (1):

I have no problem with it for my contribution, and looking at the full
text of Bruno's and Sergey's changes, I only see:

    Portability fix in lib/inttostr.c.
    Use spaces for indentation, not tabs.
    Change copyright notice from GPLv2+ to GPLv3+.

none of which change the actual code implementation.

Libvirt would be another candidate for using this module (we just
hand-rolled our own earlier this month:

Eric Blake   address@hidden    +1-919-301-3266
Libvirt virtualization library http://libvirt.org

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