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Re: What if Guile changed its license to be LGPL?

From: Marius Vollmer
Subject: Re: What if Guile changed its license to be LGPL?
Date: 06 Jun 2002 01:07:36 +0200
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Per Bothner <address@hidden> writes:

> > What about creating a library that is reasonably compatible to GMP but
> > is simple minded and comes with a very unrestrictive license.  It's
> > sole purpose would be to make use of the permissive license of
> > libguile (and of libgcj, if I understand your intention right).
> Somebody wrote such a library.

Ok, I found it.  It's called fgmp and for example available from

We could include it in guile-core and use it when the user doesn't
want the LGPLed GMP.

Soooo, that's it, right?  Given that fgmp is complete enough (but Stk
uses it, so it should be), we don't need to do anything special
license wise, right?

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