|Subject:||[bug#57133] [PATCH] gnu: Add rizin.|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Aug 2022 15:54:38 +0200|
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On 15-08-2022 03:34, 宋文武 wrote:
What's the license for those binaries? I doubt all of them are gpl3+. I'm seeing a copy of libstdc++.so.6 in there. IIRC, it has a license of the GPL family, which requires providing the source, so we need the source code of it as well because of the licensing terms (the source code of that particular variant of libstdc++, which might differ from the version currently in Guix). Likewise for the other binaries. Personally, I think it would be more practical to ignore rizin-testbins, even if that requires skipping some of the tests (hopefully not all of them).I think those binaries as data, not programs to be run. Well, most of them don't have sources in the repository, so I'll remove it and skip the integration tests.
This 'data' is still under various different licenses, some of
which require providing source code. Copyright law not only covers
programs to be run.
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