Re: LPPL again
Denis Barbier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> forgive my stupidity, i don't understand how a LaTeX distribution (say
> teTex) does not violate the LPPL.
I don't know much about LaTeX, but the tetex stuff I have installed
on my system is GPLed.
If we're talking about the same tetex then the LPPL has no
jurisdiction there.. [if we're talking about the same tetex,
and LPPL tries to restrict its distribution then the LPPLed
code can't be distributed with the tetex code, which is rather
- LPPL again
- From: Denis Barbier <email@example.com>