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Re: [bug #37130] NSArray does not implement sorting and insertion assumi

From: Thomas Davie
Subject: Re: [bug #37130] NSArray does not implement sorting and insertion assuming sorted
Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2012 11:14:07 +0100

On 18 Aug 2012, at 09:49, Thomas Davie <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 18 Aug 2012, at 08:15, Niels Grewe <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Update of bug #37130 (project gnustep):
>>             Item Group:                     Bug => Change Request         
>>            Assigned to:                    None => thebeing               
>>   _______________________________________________________
>> Follow-up Comment #1:
>> Nice! 
>> Thanks alot for the patch, especially since it removes one item from my todo
>> list :-). I have one remark, though: If you want to call blocks in
>> gnustep-base, you need to use the CALL_BLOCK macro, which ensures that we can
>> compile gnustep-base with GCC and still use blocks properly.
>> Since this is clearly a substantial patch: Have you signed a copyright
>> assignment with the FSF? -- We'd require that before incorporating the patch.
> I have not, and will not, but you can hear-by consider the patch to be BSD 3 
> clause licensed to you (and anyone else).  If you need to have the code in a 
> way that's assigned to the FSF, feel free to use it as a basis for your own 
> patch that you do assign.

Sorry Niels, that may have come across as overly assertive/aggressive.  I did 
not mean that I will not because of some political stance, but instead simply 
that in this instance I can not.  This was done on my company's time, and they 
have allowed me to license the code out to you in an open way; but the 
copyright belongs to them, so I can not do more than that.

Hope that clarifies my position


Tom davie

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